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The Last Campfire update adds 20% more puzzles, higher framerate, more

By Stephany Nunneley 10 April 2021 15:26 GMT Hello Games has released an update for its exploration-puzzler, The Last Campfire.In The Last Campfire update, you can expect 20% more puzzles, and the ability to replay any of the puzzles at any time. Watch on YouTubeYou can also read the Wanderer’s diary, and will find multiple improvements to performance across all platforms. Expect improved controller support, new Mac support, higher framerate, and lots of quality-of-life improvements.The Last Campfire tells the story of Ember, who’s lost his way in the game’s world. As you explore the world, there will be other lost…

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Hello Games just made a free update to their singleplayer puzzle game too

Hello Games, the same folks behind No Man’s Sky, launched a smaller puzzle adventure game last year that you may have missed hearing about. Clearly Hello Games themselves didn’t forget about The Last Campfire, because they’ve just released a free update that actually adds new puzzles to the game. I know we’ve gotten quite used to the regular updates to their online space adventure, but should we tell them they don’t actually need to do that for a singleplayer game? Okay, nah, let’s not tell them. Read more

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Hello Games’ next project is as big and ambitious as No Man’s Sky

Hello Games is looking to the future.Although Hello Games continues to support No Man’s Sky, having recently shipped the Desolation update, the developer is secretly busy with more than the space-faring adventure. Hello Games just released The Last Campfire, but even that was a side-project, in the works by a small team within studio. Hello Games’ actual next, big project is one Sean Murray confirmed for the first time.In an interview with Polygon, Murray said that the team is now 26 strong. Three of them made The Last Campfire, and some continue to work on No Man’s Sky.Everyone else, however,…