The Log

Newsletter #32 — January 2024

Hello and Happy New Year 2024 everyone! Spring is in the air, and the Nova-box premises are bursting with color and activity. The seasons just don’t seem to count for anything anymore, do they?
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Newsletter #31 — December 2023

Hello everyone! Despite a very mild (and particularly rainy) month of December in Bordeaux, the Nova-box premises have quietly gone into winter mood as everyone prepares to join their loved ones for the end of the year. Desks and instruments have been prepared for this short (but necessary) period of hibernation.
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Newsletter #30 — November 2023

Hello everyone! Let’s talk about some nice events we’ve attended and the yearly Black Friday stuff.
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Newsletter #29 — October 2023

Hello everyone! This month, we’re diving deep into the launch of End of Lines and its aftermath.
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Newsletter #28 — May 2023

Hello everyone! It’s official, after three years in the making, we’re finally ready to release our next interactive graphic novel, End of Lines. Continue reading for an abundance of details.
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Newsletter #27 — December 2022

Hello everyone! First of all, we would like extend our best holiday wishes to all of you, dear readers. In this month’s issue, we’re talking about the awards received at Indie X, our ongoing winter sale and the price adjustments that are coming up early next year. As always, we’ll finish with an update on...
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Newsletter #26 — October 2022

Hello everyone! This month, we’re talking about the Indie X festival and the new demo for End of Lines that you can try out on Steam. Have a look below for the details on the new demo, as well as a look at new art from the game.
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Newsletter #25 — September 2022

Hello everyone! Looks like summer’s come and gone in a heartbeat! In this month’s issue, we’ll talk about End of Lines (and its lateness) and the upcoming events we’ll be attending.
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Newsletter #24 — April 2022

Hello everyone! Do you remember that time when I promised you more frequent newsletters? Well, it turns out I skipped March, sorry about that. A classic case of “too much to do and too little time to do it”, I’m afraid. I’ll try to do better next month (but no promises). Since last time, we’ve...
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