Blacknut Kicks Off 2024 With 6 New Games

Blacknut Games 2024

Blacknut, the cloud gaming service known for its diverse gaming catalog, has announced the addition of several new titles to its platform, broadening the range of genres and experiences available to its subscribers. These are, in fact, the first new games of 2024!

New Blacknut Games for 2024

Defunct

An indie adventure game where players control a broken robot speeding through a vibrant, futuristic landscape, using gravity as their ally to navigate the terrain and find their way back home.

Truck Driver

This one is a simulation game that puts players behind the wheel of a big rig, offering a chance to experience the life of a truck driver, complete with all the challenges and rewards of the profession.

Charon’s Staircase

A horror mystery game that invites players to delve into a dark world filled with secrets and a haunting past, all while solving puzzles and uncovering the truth behind a sinister plot.

Adam’s Venture Chronicle

A cyberpunk dungeon-crawler that combines grid-based movement with roguelike elements, where players manage a team of cloned agents in a dystopian world.

Conglomerate 451

An indie adventure game where players control a broken robot speeding through a vibrant, futuristic landscape, using gravity as their ally to navigate the terrain and find their way back home.

Aurora: A Child’s Journey

Last but not least, a touching narrative-driven game that explores the impact of pollution through the eyes of a child, featuring puzzle-solving and a poignant storyline.

With these new games, Blacknut starts off 2024 and continues to enhance its portfolio, ensuring that there is always something new and exciting for gamers to discover on their platform. As always, remember to follow us on our social media sites such as X (Twitter), Threads and Facebook to keep up with the latest news.


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