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Apr 26, 2018

Basingstoke releases April 27th on PC, bringing roguelite action to small English towns since 2018

From Press Release:
Somerset, England – April 27th, 2018: Puppygames announces that Basingstoke is in fact a worse place to be than anyone had previously imagined, as it has been invaded by aliens from the evil moon Titan.

Puppygames’ director Caspian Prince says, “No-one actually reads press releases about games any more, which is a shame as the contents of this one might actually save your life if you find yourself unexpectedly stuck in Basingstoke.”

We’ve made possibly the most hyper-realistic simulation of small-town England after dark that’s ever been attempted before,” says Caspian Prince. “After a few hours’ play you should be an expert in survival after pub closing time.”

Basingstoke will be released on April 27th 2018 for 64-bit systems running Windows, Mac, and Linux, on Steam,, GOG, and Humble Store. Your primary motive is to escape Basingstoke alive, like any normal person would want to do, using a careful balance of stealth, distraction, backstabbing, running away, and as a last resort, extreme violence. Basingstoke is renowned for its fine blend of procedurally generated and handcrafted levels, stuffed with hordes of vicious monsters and leftover kebabs.