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Gamers Bay is Moving!
In light of the news surrounding the coming end of Google+ (by August of next year), we've decided to move our operations elsewhere, and are now in the process of transitioning to our soon to be new official home on MeWe!

New Group for Gamers Bay Members: mewe.com/join/gamers_bay
Gamers Bay New Brand Page: https://mewe.com/i/gamers.bay

We've set up a new brand page and group there, and encourage our followers/community members here to join over there. We wont be shutting down on Google+ for at least several more months, and will continue to keep our community here open during the transition.

Our community and brand page here on Google Plus will remain operational for now as well.
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My new game - "Brick Break", old classic puzzle, moved to 3D in graphics and gameplay.

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We Happy Few Gameplay Walkthrough Part 22 ENDING - Act 1 Arthur (PC 4K 60FPS)
https://youtu.be/KecYfrAzcRo

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Frontier Developments is giving a live preview of what's coming up in the final chapter of the Beyond Update. This includes UI changes for the ships, new exploration mechanics, and more.

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Rowlet Evolution into Dartrix and then into Decidueye in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon
https://youtu.be/2Gdeaum4Ys4

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GTA V 2018 Next Gen Real Life Graphics Mod 4K! RTX ON!

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However, there is one genre of games that kept us coming back time and time again, filling our heads with theories and questions as we unraveled mystery after mystery – the RPG. RPG games have always been a staple of console gaming, and today we are going to take a look at the best RPGs on the NES. Without further ado, let us delve into the realm of dungeons and dragons. The games are listed in no particular order. Read More @ http://ow.ly/CVz430mfMeE
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I get the distinction. Both Sandbox and Open World Games are huge, but there are major differences. You can freely manipulate the world in a pure Sandbox Game but you can't in a pure Open World Game. There is some overlap, depending on the game, but that's the difference. If a game claims to be a sandbox then like in Minecraft you must be able to manipulate that world in a big way. So, you'd never call GTAV a sandbox game even though it has sandbox-like elements when using Mods.

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We Happy Few Gameplay Walkthrough Part 21 - Act 1 Arthur (PC 4K 60FPS)
https://youtu.be/kqOHu-uxlEo
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