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You can crash land on Pan-Pan’s pretty planet later this month

A pan-pan is a distress signal; it’s not as serious as a mayday call—your life is not likely in immediate danger—but, uh, something’s definitely wrong with your aircraft. It’s customary to call it out three times. Pan-pan, pan-pan, pan-pan. In Spelkraft and Might and Delight’s Pan-Pan, your ice cream cone of a ship crashes onto a strange planet. A strange planet, but a lovely one, at that—Pan-Pan seems to take an aesthetic cue from ustwo’s Monument Valley (2014). There are loads of candy-colored buildings to explore, and quite a few locals to help you find your way around. a game…

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Might and Delight’s latest trailer for Child Cooper is a feast for your eyes

“In a lot of ways, you could call us an art collective,” says Vic Bassey, COO of Might and Delight, the creators of the naturalistic game series Shelter. “We’re a small team of extremely creative thinkers and doers with an appreciation of the arts. Be it literature, music or more contemporary forms of expression. We simply use games as a medium to bring all those many elements together.” The studio’s latest endeavor is Child of Cooper, a mysterious yet gorgeous low-poly game described as a visual narrative. Though the team wants to keep people guessing about the exact parameters of Child of…

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The Blue Flamingo is a diorama come to life

In the seventh grade, I had to make a diorama for a class project, and being on a complete kick of Crimson Skies: High Road To Revenge, I opted to craft something that involved lots and lots of fighter planes. Might and Delight seems to have been on the same wavelength with diorama-incarnate The Blue Flamingo, except with a professional touch and a lack of amateurish glue marks, and that they made a videogame out of it. The Swedish developer is known for their artistic touch and physical-meets-digital aspect of design, with the concept of Pid coming from paper cutouts.…

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Yep, Shelter 2’s defenseless cubs still look adorable

Shelter, our favorite game of last year about one adorable sacrificial mama badger, is getting a part 2. As you can see in the new teaser and classy, origami-inspired concept art, Might and Delight is giving our heroine of the first game a reprieve.  In her steed is another carnivorous matriarch: a lynx with sharp claws and piercing fangs who should prove more adept at defending her pack of young’uns than her predecessor, not that a badger isn’t fully capable of crushing a fox in its jaw. Like the first one, this game has a National Geographic documentary thing going…