This Day in GameCola History: October 24th

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DD iOS 1Any day that sees the release of an Ace Attorney game is bound to be a holiday at GameCola, and October 24th is no exception. While we haven’t exactly been celebrating since time began back somewhere around 2009, we have celebrated exactly one few times, as shown below.


October 24th, 2014—Graal Seeker Aiming for Steam Greenlight

A year after the worldwide release of Dual Destinies, we were in the mood for more games to be released. And hey, they made it through Greenlight! It hasn’t been released just yet, but the developer says it’s coming along. Hopefully it won’t take until next October 24th!


October 24th, 2012—Crystalis D&DCast—Part 4: Like Stealing +9 Armor From a Baby

Truly a great example of the October 24th spirit, we released Part 4 of our first D&DCast RPGCast, Crystalis as led by Nathaniel Hoover. If you’d rather celebrate October 1 than October 24, you can also check out Part 1 to start from the beginning.


October 24th, 2011—Millennium: A New Hope (PC)

What could be more October 24th than Michael Gray songifying an indie game press release (and then reviewing the game)? It’s the last one on our list, so give the review a read before you head out for your own October 24th celebration. And don’t forget to check back next year to see what else we’ve come up with!

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Since 2007

Alex “Jeddy” Jedraszczak is presiding Editor-in-Chief at GameCola, not only editing content but often writing it as well. On top of all this GameCola work, he also develops indie games.

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