Games published by 8Floor

Games published by 8Floor

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Lost Artifacts: Golden Island

Lost Artifacts: Golden Island

Developer: GameOn Production
Released on December 1st 2020

327

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Lost Artifacts

Lost Artifacts

Developer: GameOn Production
Released on November 11th 2020

353

12

Lost Artifacts: Time Machine

Lost Artifacts: Time Machine

Developer: GameOn Production
Released on October 29th 2019

424

12

Gnomes Garden: The Lost King

Gnomes Garden: The Lost King

Developer: SPL
Released on September 17th 2019

463

12

Lost Artifacts: Soulstone

Lost Artifacts: Soulstone

Developer: GameOn Production
Released on May 7th 2019

385

12

DayD: Through Time

DayD: Through Time

Developer: Creobit
Released on April 24th 2019

445

12

Royal Roads

Royal Roads

Developer: SPL
Released on April 10th 2019

395

12

Gnomes Garden: New home

Gnomes Garden: New home

Developer: SPL
Released on December 4th 2018

465

12

Gnomes Garden 2

Gnomes Garden 2

Developer: Creobit
Released on November 13th 2018

383

12

Gnomes Garden

Gnomes Garden

Developer: Creobit
Released on October 16th 2018

456

12

Latest 8Floor (Publisher) News

Playstation Store Update: October 28th, 2016

We missed the week of October 14th because I was away. We missed last week because DDoS attacks prevented access to the Playstation Stores. This week, nothing is going to stop us and we have a mega roundup for you.

Posted 6 years ago by Rebecca Smith

Playstation Store Update: August 26th, 2016

The highlight of the week comes in the form of Deus Ex, Madden NFL 17 and Attack on Titan (Europe only). As such, all three platforms get new games and new DLC.

Posted 6 years ago by Rebecca Smith

Playstation Store Update: August 19th, 2016

Retail releases start to creep back in, but only for the Playstation 4. Playstation 3 only receives a few bits of DLC while Vita has to suffice with a game that was already available on PS4.

Posted 6 years ago by Rebecca Smith

EU Playstation Store Update: July 8th, 2016

In a quiet week, Playstation 4 players still get plenty to try out. Both Playstation 3 and Vita have to rely on new bundles or new ports of titles that have been released before on PS4.

Posted 6 years ago by Rebecca Smith