Let's Talk About Equestria Gaming!

I'd say "let's just skip the dumb one-liner intro and just jump straight into it" but it seems like that ship may have already sailed. Whoops!
The prerequisite dumb and unsurprisingly-unskipped one-liner intro aside: with Season 9 of our favorite colorful horse cartoon now currently underway, and Equestria Gaming itself having very celebrated its own eighth year, we figured behind the scenes that there really won't be any better of a time (like, y'know, probably ever again) than now if we wanted to get ourselves back in order and right back into the pixel pony news game for the final season. To that end, we've put together a little something we (or at least I) like to call the State of the Horse Website Anno Domini Two Thousand and Nineteen™ (or SOTHWADTTAN™ for short, if you like!) in order to discuss a few small site-related things; namely what's changed as of late, what we'd intend to or perhaps just like to change (if anything) and, most importantly, making your voice heard on what we do! If that sounds like it's up your alley, then please check it out below the break, if you'd be so kind!

Silent Falleym 2


Silent Falleym2
This latest release from The Flaundflare Studios follows closely in the footsteps of preceding games by perfectly combining adventure and survival experiences into one package. It is a sequel to the Silent Falleym and the pony adaptation of the cancelled classical Konami's Silent Hill series; however, with its own lore.
Silent Falleym 2 perfectly blends both classical Survival Horror and Fall of Anterfold survival mechanics. In the once peaceful Silent Falleym city, the Marmad Order ritual was performed to awaken the dark gods. This plunges the city into a pool of dense darkness. With no visible road, Daisy is faced with the arduous task of destroying all his servants known as The Elders to rescue her sister, Laurice who is held captive in the Guardian Argron. This is the beginning of his nightmare!
This is a single-player, alt horror video game. It will not only add some fright to your gaming experience, but also add life to it. In short, this game will prove satisfying to horror game lovers. Go check it out here!

The (Apparently) Yearly Arcade Update

Oh, uh, hey there. How's it going?

Wow, I can't believe it's only been *checks notes* seven whole months since my last post that I totally didn't disappear again after making even though I implied I wouldn't. Sorry about that!

Anyway, just like last year, there were a small slew of problems with the arcade for various reasons that have now been fixed. As a result, Hoofball, Catch the Scootaloos, Spike's Day Off, and a handful of the Pony Platforming Project games are now playable again after what is *considerably* likely to be a downright embarrassing amount of time.

That's all for now, folks! We now return to your regularly scheduled programming.