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  • T-Games Newsletter

    Wowee, what a break that was! After over 2 years of silence, here's a brand-new edition of the T-Games Newsletter. As the time span of this article is so long, we're going to stick to the main news!


    Traffic Panic!

    Since February 2015 there have been two main instalments to the Traffic Panic! series: Traffic Panic 2: Road Rage! and Traffic Panic: Multiplayer Mania!, which were released on the 4th of November 2015 and the 7th of February 2017 respectively.

    Traffic Panic 2: Road Rage! brought with it a new progression system which allowed users to unlock more maps and character packs, as well as the all-new addition of power-ups to keep you on the edge of your seat.

    Traffic Panic: Multiplayer Mania! serves as the multiplayer edition of the game, allowi…

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  • T-Games Newsletter

    Apologies for the delays in getting this out to you! Never-the-less, here's February's edition of the T-Games Newsletter!


    New Flash and Mobile development!

    T-Games recently announced via Twitter that it has recently acquired the development tools to create original Flash and Mobile games, as well as other content.


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  • T-Games Newsletter

    January 2015

    January 29, 2015 by T-Games Newsletter

    After a long haitus, a new edition of the T-Games Newsletter is here!


    New LittleBigPlanet, New Consoles!

    As we saw the release of LittleBigPlanet 3, GameEx and GemWay did what they do best, and created some lovely Consoles for us to get our mitts on!

    The MusicPlayer by GameEx was the first of the new consoles to arrive, and did so on December 24th 2014. It is also LittleBigPlanet 3's first ever console created and released on the platform. It is a highly-advanced Music Player, featuring an all new revolutionary logic-framework never before seen on a machine prior to it, and brand new touch-controls. Several Playlists have already been released, with more to come! Why not check it out here?

    The Super Player by GemWay was released on the 10th of…

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  • T-Games Newsletter

    May 2014

    June 3, 2014 by T-Games Newsletter

    Hey-O, Newsletter here :o)

    Not too late this time! It's been a slow month.


    NeXT Basic 'Root Beer Tapper Remastered' Released

    On May 10th or so, GemWay released Root Beer Tapper Remastered.

    The game was a recreation of an earlier game, Root Beer Tapper, created in the earliest days of NeXT. The game replaced the original game in the Games Hub.


    Chunky104 Announces T-Games' Expansion Into Mario Kart 7/8

    Late in the month, member Chunky104 announced he was working on a T-Games community for the Nintendo games Mario Kart 7 and 8.

    The exact details are currently being decided. More details here.


    GemWay Work Hiatus Announced

    S.P. Sour stated that due to hardware problems, his Playstation 3 was no longer usable for GemWay work.

    This means that work on the F…

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  • T-Games Newsletter

    April 2014

    May 24, 2014 by T-Games Newsletter

    Hello, it's us again!

    Sorry about the delay again. Don't worry, we're still here! Anyway, here's all our April foolery:


    Fun Machine v2.4 Released

    GemWay released Fun Machine v2.4 on April 19.

    The update included a lock feature, a first for a T-Games console, along with some other minor adds.

    With it came Misc. Programs Collection, an app cartridge including, among other things, a complete port of Music Maker v6.


    CEO Announces Personal Break

    April 3rd, CEO Billy Anderson announced that he would be temporarily quitting involvement in T-Games to focus on personal matters.

    See this blog post for more information.


    New Caption Pictures

    Two new macros were released, one for the Fun Machine and one for Evergreen Park.

    The Fun Machine's was released to celebr…

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