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17 Sep 2018
by Sinsem

Food for thoughts

If there is one thing France is known for, except for its rude waiters, it’s its Cuisine. And we absolutely want all citizens of Lethis to enjoy that. In the first game, food was handled in a very basic way. The more houses evolved, the more the inhabitants wanted variety. And yes, variety is a good thing, but is it enough?

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06 Sep 2018
by Noodle

It’s back-to-school season!

Hello everyone!

It’s already September and the back-to-school blues… If for schoolchildren, it rhymes with distaste (I’m the happy father of a little boy who’s just started school, I know what I’m talking about…), for us it’s just the opposite!
We come back pumped as hell to show you more and more behind the scenes of the creation of Lethis – Path of Progress II.

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07 Août 2018
by Sinsem

Codename: Lethis – Magic Circus

Hello everyone!

Today’s Triskell official fourth anniversary, woohoo!
It’s always a special time of the year for us, and for this one, I found myself scouring around in our server, just to see what was there.

And there was something I almost forgot about since we put in on indefinite hold in 2015. Just after the release of Lethis – Path of Progress, we started a new project, and finally made the decision to not pursue it.
Codename: Lethis – Magic Circus

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27 Juil 2018
by Noodle

Encyclopedia

Good morning, everyone!

We meet again for a new blog post.
As Sinsem pointed out earlier, we are in a somewhat calmer period in terms of production (even though I am working on a big building right now, but it’s a secret).
So I wanted to tell you about one of my crazy graphic designer ideas: What if we made an encyclopedia for Lethis – Path of Progress II?
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16 Juil 2018
by Sinsem

Behind the scenes

It’s been a slow couple of weeks for us.

First of all, it’s July and usually France go in slow motion mode until the end of August.

Also, small detail, but it was also the world cup, and it turned out that we were a lot more engaged than we thought in supporting our national team.

It ended better than in 2006 so we’re kind of happy!

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