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Zombie Fun Run Kickstarter Campaign Underway

Zeboyd Digital Entertainment has started a Kickstarter campaign for its new project Zombie Fun Run. Taking place in a zombie-infested world, the game offers a turn-based gameplay coupled with a lighthearted story.

This Way Madness Lies Review

Can magical girls, Eldritchian horrors, and William Shakespeare all blend together seamlessly? Zeboyd Games gives it a go in their newest RPG, This Way Madness Lies.

This Way Madness Lies Launching Next Month

Zeboyd Games announced its latest title will launch on PC in November. This Way Madness Lies follows the Stratford-Upon-Avon High Drama Society through the worlds of Shakespeare and magical girls.

Cthulhu Saves Christmas Out on PS5

Limited Run Games and Zeboyd Games are celebrating Christmas in July. Cthulhu once again gets to act the hero, this time with the launch of Cthulhu Saves Christmas on PS5.

Cthulhu Saves Christmas Switch Review

Christmas might be a month away, but that didn’t stop Zeboyd Games from dropping Cthulhu Saves Christmas for Nintendo Switch. The game is a holly jolly time, but will its few shortcomings be the coal in RPGamer’s presents?

Cthulhu Saves Christmas Review

Zeboyd has consistently done pixel art and solid turn-based battles well. Cthulhu Saves Christmas is no exception, proving to be a hilarious little breath of fresh winter air this holiday season.

Cthulhu Saves Christmas Giveaway

Zeboyd Games and RPGamer are giving away three copies of Cthulhu Saves Christmas. Check inside for details on how to enter the giveaway, with entries closing on Friday.

Cthulhu Saves Christmas Unwraps Trailer

Try as he might, Cthulhu just can’t seem to make his way onto Santa’s Naughty List. This time, the hapless hero finds himself rescuing Saint Nick in order to save Christmas.

Cosmic Star Heroine Switch Review

Over a year after its initial blast-off, Zeboyd Games’ planet-hopping secret agent RPG has landed on Nintendo’s newest handheld. Does the Switch version show signs of intelligent life, or is it a Black Hole imploding in on itself?