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Dead & Forgotten
Sep 5, 2018

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Chronicle of Innsmouth: Mountains of Madness

Mountains of Madness is the second chapter in the "Chronicle of Innsmouth" saga.

Private Investigator Lone Carter regains conciousness to find himself lying, washed up, on a beach near Innsmouth. His body has been ripped apart. His life is coming to an end. He tries to pull his last cigarette from the pack. His arm fails to obey. As he fades away into death, terror growing in his eyes, he remembers: The encounter with the Shoggoth had, for him, been a fatal one.

An endless period of darkness ensues.

Then, some burning fire within awakens him, and he returns, completely recovered and unharmed. Ever since this rebirth, Carter has been haunted by horrible nightmares. Extensive investigations lead him to discover a proposed expedition to the South Polar regions. A team of scientists are attempting to be the first to reach there a previously unknown chain of mountains higher than the Himalayas. Within a huge cavern they discover the alien bodies of hithertofore unknown creatures frozen in the ice walls. The mountains prove to hide the ruins of an alien civilization that, having come to the earth eons before, made it their home with the aid of their shapeshifting slaves: the Shoggoths.

These events concerning Carter occur ten years before those of Chronicle of Innsmouth, the first chapter in the saga, and will influence the stories of different characters in different eras, all entwined and linked by a common thread. We will travel to ancient Yemen, playing in the role of Abdul Alhazred - "The Mad Arab", the creator of the Necronomicon - and even step into the shoes of H.P. Lovecraft himself, guiding him along the path to unveil the mysteries of his bloodline. Mountains of Madness is a graphic adventure, oozing with twisty dread, which will drag all who play it to the very limits of their sanity... and perhaps beyond.


Maquette is a first-person recursive puzzle game that takes you into a world where every building, plant, and object are simultaneously tiny and staggeringly huge. Maquette makes it possible by twisting the world into itself recursively in an MC Escher-esque fashion.

Head to the center of the world and you'll feel like a giant, towering over buildings and walls. But venture further out, and start to feel small as things get larger and larger - to the point where cracks in the ground become chasms.

In Maquette you will explore the scales of everyday problems in a modern-day love story. Where sometimes the smallest of issues can become insurmountable obstacles.

Loop Hero

The Lich has thrown the world into a timeless loop and plunged its inhabitants into never ending chaos. Wield an expanding deck of mystical cards to place enemies, buildings, and terrain along each unique expedition loop for the brave hero. Recover and equip powerful loot for each class of hero for their battles and expand the survivors' camp to reinforce each adventure through the loop. Unlock new classes, new cards, and devious guardians on your quest to shatter the endless cycle of despair.

Select from unlockable character classes and deck cards before setting out on each expedition along a randomly generated loop path. No expedition is ever the same as the ones before it.

Strategically place building, terrain, and enemy cards along each loop to create your own dangerous path. Find balance between the cards to increase your chances of survival while recovering valuable loot and resources for your camp.

Strike down menacing creatures, recover stronger loot to equip on the fly and unlock new perks along the way.

Turn hard-earned resources into campsite upgrades and gain valuable reinforcements with each completed loop along the expedition path.

Overcome a series of unholy guardian bosses over a grand saga to save the world and break the time loop of the Lich!

Forza Horizon 4

Dynamic seasons change everything at the world’s greatest automotive festival. Go it alone or team up with others to explore beautiful and historic Britain in a shared open world. Collect, modify and drive over 450 cars. Race, stunt, create and explore – choose your own path to become a Horizon Superstar.

Enjoy the largest and most diverse Horizon car roster yet, including over 100 licensed manufacturers.

In the new open-ended campaign, everything you do progresses your game.

Real players populate your world. When time of day, weather and seasons change, everyone playing the game experiences it at the same time.

This is Britain Like You’ve Never Seen it. Discover lakes, valleys, castles, and breathtaking scenery all in spectacular native 4K and HDR.

Neurodeck: Psychological Deckbuilder

Inspired by great titles like Slay the Spire, Monster Train and Gordian Quest, Neurodeck tries to bring a fresh and original gameplay!

Machinika Museum

Machinika Museum invites you to discover and solve puzzles rich in mystery! An original adventure combining hidden objects and an intriguing story inspired by the excellent old school puzzle game Myst and the more recent The Room and The House of Da Vinci.

In a distant future, finding machines from alien civilizations is not unusual, especially in a museum dedicated to them. Your job is to receive these devices and to understand how to repair them.

But this time, something is different. You have not been given any information and this seems to be rather urgent... What are these machines? Who sent them? Why won't anyone give you any answers? You will have to find for yourself which secrets and stories are hidden behind these mechanisms.

Arkham Horror: Mother's Embrace

Inspired by the award-winning board game franchise, Arkham Horror: Mother’s Embrace is an investigation game served with turn-based combat, set in the haunted worlds of H.P. Lovecraft’s Cthulhu mythos. Plunge into an original story written by Fantasy Flight Interactive’s official writers and explore the American Roaring Twenties.

The year is 1926: a professor of astronomy is found dead in her mansion and everything indicates that she has been the victim of a heinous murder. Choose from 12 intrepid investigators from the Arkham Horror games, each with a unique set of skills, and assemble your team to shed the light over this mysterious death.

Find clues, perform interrogations and progress through nine chapters as the story unfolds. Your investigation will take you to visit shadowed institutions and mysterious locales, ranging from Miskatonic University, the Arkham Asylum, and the bayous of Louisiana.

As the investigators get closer to their goal, your squad will have to face curious science, living nightmares, and a sinister cult, whose mad scheme is to bring about the end of everything. Use a large variety of melee and ranged weapons, as well as powerful items and devastating magic spells to defeat your opponents in turn-based combat; while you attempt to retain your sanity.

As you face off against Lovecraftian horrors, your investigators will descend deeper into the depths of madness, affecting their level of sanity and causing traumas that will impact the course of your investigation. Care about your sanity and make the right choices … the Ancient Ones are preparing their return.

Overcooked! All You Can Eat

The Peckish have risen again and it’s your job to satisfy their hunger, are you ready to save the world again? Overcooked! All You Can Eat is a chaotic cooking game where players need to work together (or alone) to serve as many dishes as they can before the timer runs out. Travel through the land cooking up a variety of recipes in evolving and dynamic kitchens.

For the first time ever, online multiplayer has been fully integrated into Overcooked! Revisit your favourite kitchens from the first game in stunning 4K and ONLINE!

Enjoy the cooking chaos with all of your friends using cross platform multiplayer and voice chat. A shared multiplayer queue means reduced waiting times for games, more time for culinary carnage!"

Both games have been taken to the next level with stunning, enhanced 4K visuals - this is the best that the Overcooked! series has ever looked.

New levels, new chefs and new mayhem - all exclusive to Overcooked! All You Can Eat.

Players can enjoy campaign, survival and practice modes, and new to All You Can Eat - assist mode! Assist mode offers a number of options to allow for a less frantic game including slower recipe timeout, increased round timers and the option to skip levels.

Overcooked! All You Can Eat contains a features to allow as many players as possible to join in the food frenzy! Scalable UI, dyslexia friendly text and colour blindess options are all available.

Puyo Puyo Tetris 2

Japan’s beloved puzzle game series Puyo Puyo and the world-renowned Tetris game franchise have teamed up again to deliver even more Puyo-popping and Tetrimino-clearing fun!

Engage in up to 4 player online and local play, including competitive Puzzle Leagues and the new online co-op Boss Raid mode.

Select from a large cast of new and returning characters including the recently announced additions of Sonic the Hedgehog, Lidelle, Ms. Accord, and The Ocean Prince—with more to come.

Navigate a new overworld map in Adventure Mode and follow the all-new story adventure as the characters traverse the merged worlds to rescue their pals from a dark corruption. Increase your character’s HP, MP, Attack, Defense, and Recovery to strengthen them for Skill Battle mode.

Test your might in the robust Skill Battle mode where powerful character skills can change the landscape of your match, from recovering HP to changing the color of Puyos to erasing Lines, and more. Choose carefully to create a team with complementary skills, equip strong Item Cards, and watch your HP and MP in battle!

Work on your puzzle skills in the full-fledged Lessons mode featuring over 150 interactive lessons.

Replay stages for more rewards, experiment with different difficulty levels, test out your favorite playstyle, and unlock new characters, backgrounds, bonus stages and more.

Buildings Have Feelings Too!

Old Pete, “The Dock Yard”, is being demolished. He’s the first of his group of friends to go. It was unexpected and everyone is a bit worried.

Being made of bricks and mortar doesn’t mean you don’t have your own things to worry about.

This ragtag group of friends were there, right from the start, when it really became a city. With them they brought the titans of the industry, hundreds of jobs and hundreds more houses. But the Linen Mill’s not been getting many textile orders come through this year, the Warehouse lost another contract from the neighbouring city and the Old Bank’s having money troubles.

Something’s not quite right. Change is coming. What if they’re next?

Fortunately, you, The Halfway Hotel, are at hand to step in and reassure everyone that things will be ok. But what starts off as small odd jobs ends up unravelling into more problems, as history moves faster than you can keep up with.

Buildings Have Feelings Too! is an exciting new city management game about buildings and the city they inhabit.

Imagine a city where buildings can walk and talk to one another. Each one has its own aspirations, hopes and fears. Most of the time they are just trying to get along with each other and make it through the day. Grow your city into a bustling metropolitan centre with an array of shops, offices, entertainment facilities and amenities, to help your buildings thrive; or risk them being demolished forever.

Monster Train: The Last Divinity

Epic new content expansion for Monster Train bringing new challenges, more replayability, and a new clan!

A new clan has risen from the depths of hell to join forces with your 5 original favorites. The Wurmkin Clan is led by two powerful new champions. The Spine Chief uses the power of Charged Echoes to do damage and make compatriots even more powerful and the Echowright can tap into the power of consumable spells in all new ways. Charged Echoes create buffs for the whole floor and bring a completely new gameplay mechanic to the already diverse world of Monster Train.

Pact Shards are a brand new currency; unlike gold, you reap benefits when you GAIN shards rather than when you spend them. But beware the tradeoff, they also enhance the power of your enemies in battles throughout your run. You acquire the Pact Shards in the Shard map nodes on your journey in the Boneshaker. Each ring has one Shard map node, so be sure to look for them. You can take on more Shards to gain gold, artifacts, or spell upgrades, or to perform a new mechanic called unit synthesis where two monster units are merged into one. If you have gained 100 or more Shards when you defeat Seraph, a new battle unlocks and you can face – The Last Divinity!

The clans of Hell will need to rally together and support the Wurmkin clan, as a new ominous deity interferes with the ongoing battle between the forces of Heaven and Hell. The Last Divinity is so huge it can’t be contained to one area and instead imposes itself over all 3 floors at once. Prepare, as all your previous knowledge and strategy will be pushed to the limit to defeat this last divine force. What will tip the balance?


BALAN WONDERWORLD is a wondrous action platformer game themed around the Balan Theatre. Led by the enigmatic maestro named Balan, the stars of the show Emma and Leo will use special abilities from a multitude of characterful costumes as they adventure in the bizarre and imaginary land of Wonderworld. Here memories and vistas from the real world mix with the things that people hold dear.

Twelve different tales await our stars in the Wonderworld, each with their own unique quirks. They will explore all corners of these labyrinthine stages, filled with a myriad of tricks and traps, to get to the heart of each story.

The setting for this tale is the fantastic, bizarre land of Wonderworld; a place where people's happy and positive memories mix with their restless worries and negativity.
Leo and Emma are led into Wonderworld by the mysterious clown Balan and set off on a journey to find what is important to them.
Before they can return to the real world, they must first restore the lost balance in their hearts...

The stars of the show can use powers from the inhabitants of Wonderworld by wearing their colourful costumes, with over 80 different ones to try on!
Bash your enemies, walk in the air, freeze time or manipulate all kinds of objects... the possibilities are endless when you pick up a new costume.

Come one, come all and enjoy the pinnacle of Square Enix storytelling in an all-action world of wonder created by the legendary Naka Yuji. For the first time in 20 years Naka Yuji and Oshima Naoto join forces forming the BALAN COMPANY team; founded around, bringing together action game development, video and music production professionals from both inside and outside of the company.

Enjoy an even more wondrous adventure as one player controls Leo and the other controls Emma in 2 Player Co-op Local Mode. Co-operate together combining the abilities of two different costumes which will surely open new paths as you wander through Wonderworld!

It Takes Two

Embark on the craziest journey of your life in It Takes Two, a genre-bending platform adventure created purely for co-op. Invite a friend to join for free with Remote Play Together and work together across a huge variety of gleefully disruptive gameplay challenges. Play as the clashing couple Cody and May, two humans turned into dolls by a magic spell. Together, trapped in a fantastical world where the unpredictable hides around every corner, they are reluctantly challenged with saving their fractured relationship.

Master unique and connected character abilities in every new level. Help each other across an abundance of unexpected obstacles and laugh-out-loud moments. Kick gangster squirrels’ furry tails, pilot a pair of underpants, DJ a buzzing night club, and bobsleigh through a magical snow globe. Embrace a heartfelt and hilarious story where narrative and gameplay weave into a uniquely metaphorical experience.

It Takes Two is developed by the award-winning studio Hazelight, the industry leader of cooperative play. They’re about to take you on a wild and wondrous ride where only one thing is for certain: we’re better together.

Spacebase Startopia

Spacebase Startopia captivates with its original mixture of economic simulation and empire building strategy paired with classic RTS skirmishes and a good dose of humor. In addition to the challenging single player Campaign and the versatile battle mode, there are also competitive and cooperative multiplayer modes for up to four players. And as if maintaining the three Space Station Decks, entertaining the eight Alien races and defending against enemy invaders were not enough of a challenge, the dynamic narrator AI is not going to mince matters and commentates the events in a lovely but sharp-tongued manner.

Narita Boy

Flashback to the 80s. The Creator, a genius of his time, creates a video game console called Narita One with its flagship title being a game called Narita Boy.

Narita Boy becomes a tremendous hit! Copies of cartridges are flying off physical shelves worldwide. Within weeks Narita Boy is the best-selling video game of all time, critically acclaimed for its power-fantasy wielding the Techno-sword and taking players on a journey like no other.

Meanwhile, inside the binary code, the digital realm connects with reality. Him has returned and deleted The Creator’s memories. Supervisor program, Motherboard, and her agents have activated the Narita Boy protocol.

The Stallions are coming, and the Digital Kingdom needs a hero.

Become symphonic in Narita Boy! A radical action-adventure as a legendary pixel hero trapped as a mere echo within the Digital Kingdom. Discover the mysteries behind the Techno-sword, lock swords with the corrupt and tainted Stallions. Save the world!

The shining example of a perfectionist at work. Experience the visuals of a retro-era brought to life with hand-drawn animations.

Venture up, down, left, and right to discover the darkest depths of the broken binary code in this never-ending story*.

Equipped with the only weapon able to defeat the Stallion threat, take the Techno-sword and plunge it into the digital hearts of your enemies. Do not let this empire strike back, be the true blade runner.

Face foes only imagined from your darkest fever-dreams!

Face-off against tons of totally radical and awesome bosses. Become the boss terminator, by overcoming the deadly Crab, DragonBot, Black Rainbow, and so much more!

Feel fresh waves of synth wash over you while travelling the Digital Kingdom. With kickin’ beats that will send you back to the future.

Evil Genius 2: World Domination

Evil Genius 2 is a satirical spy-fi lair builder, where players take control of an Evil Genius and set their plans for world domination in motion. When it feels this good to be bad, the Forces of Justice don’t stand a chance!

Build your own unique evil lair and cover operation, Train a force of criminal minions, Defend your Lair from the Forces of Justice, and Dominate the world with a Doomsday Device in this direct sequel to the 2004 cult classic!

Every villain needs an island lair, so pick your paradise and put your own sinister stamp on it! Shape the internal structure of your hazardous hideaway to fit your play-style, and construct wonderfully wicked devices for your minions to put to use.

Competence isn’t going to cut it when you’re running an evil operation. As you expand and train your minion workforce, you can create new specialists to help further your evil plans! Need something a little more…intimidating? Recruit powerful Henchmen that complement your play style; every mastermind needs a right hand…or several, in fact!

The Forces of Justice are annoyingly punctual, so supplement your brute force by researching and developing a series of trap networks! Send those do-gooders spinning with a Pinball Bumper, or put the chomp on them with the Venus Spy-Trap. While one trap is good, more is…evil-er. Combo your traps to banish intruders for good!

Carry out evil schemes to further your plot to build a Doomsday Device and dominate the world! Sell the British Royal Family, Kidnap the Governor of Maine, and literally BAKE ALASKA. With hundreds of potential objectives, variety is the spice of strife.

The Binding of Isaac: Repentance

Experience the modern classic, The Binding of Isaac, like you've never seen it before. It's a game too big to be called a sequel: Repentance takes Isaac to new heights of roguelike dungeon adventure, as the brave boy descends into the basement for his greatest challenge yet! Isaac's new quest takes him to unknown places he's never been, filled with horrible new enemies and bosses, weapon combos you've never synergized before and items he's never seen... unholy terrors from his wildest dreams and worst nightmares!

The Binding of Isaac: Repentance is so huge, so new and so feature-packed that it makes previous updates look like prequels. There are more features, improvements and new secrets, too many secrets, than most games would include in an official sequel! It's an immense amount of new content to explore, even if you're at 1,000,000%!

The Binding of Isaac: Repentance features hundreds of new features and quality-of-life improvements. It’s the ultimate edition of the genre-defining roguelike, now with OVER 500 HOURS of new gameplay!

Monsters & Mortals - Silent Hill

Silent Hill is a new Chapter for Dark Deception: Monsters & Mortals.


For some time now, Leafmore High School has been the setting for unexplained disappearances. In this survival horror game, you take control of a group of 5 American students. With your friends, you try to unravel the mysterious happenings at this unremarkable-looking school. The night will be long and survival not will not be easy...

A few years ago, strange things started occurring in the usually quiet American school of Leafmore. Some students are said to have heard awful screams, and there is talk of mysterious disappearances.

After one of their friends mysteriously disappears, a group of students decide to investigate the disturbing events. One evening after class, they stay behind and are locked inside the school, determined to discover what is going on.

Down long, dimly-lit corridors and in dark classrooms, Shannon, Kenny, Ashley, Stan and Josh will try to find out why their school has become so terrifying - and will try to stay alive.

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Not a Persona reference
Apr 17, 2019
that new thread smell 👃

Only Yakuza 6 and Puyo Puyo for me this month. Forza is prob gonna be $80cad if they follow the Win Store pricing and im definitely not paying that much for a years old game with none of the dlc.
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Panda Pedinte

Sep 20, 2018
I'll probably only get Yakuza 6 this month, but I doubt I'll play it this month since I have to beat 4 and 5 and I don't want to play them back to back.
I'm also planning to play through 4 and 5 this month. Just from the little I played 4 it seems to be bigger than 3, so I don't think I'll buy Y6 except if it has a good launch discount or decent regional pricing (it won't have). Most likely I'll only get Forza Horizon 4 and that's it.


Lurking in the Shadows
Dec 21, 2018
As always thanks for the great thread lashman.

Yeah... "slow" month for me. There's Yakuza 6 but I also still have to play 3-5.

Not that it matters, for some reason I decided to replay old games instead attacking my backlog.... (yeah, don't ask my why).

Gamall Wednesday Ida

Just a loon, apparently.
Dec 4, 2020
Can't figure out how to properly quote a post in a locked thread...

Swenhir said:
I think so. I mean, there's no question that what I've experienced of space in modern space sims had me reeling at how enormous, mind-bogglingly big and immense space is. Even 100 000km is freighteningly huge, and that's like a tiny leap by those game's standard. The way space is populated, how they make it interesting required new answers but I think they aren't all that different from traditional RPGs. Interdiction zones, gravity wells and nebulas have replaced mountains, rivers and cliffs, but the paradigm doesn't seem too alien.

There's also something to be said for the awe of such spaces, of such scales. Many people mention how empty a lot of those landscapes are and they'd be right. Still, what a backdrop! What a world and setting to surrounding your story with, not to mention that it's real in ways that make skyboxes look medieval.

Edit : Just because I can take the opportunity to use one of the last posts of the thread for February, here's an old video of SC that might illustrate the feeling I mean.
I really should go to bed, and shall immediately after posting this, but something occurred to me reading your post:

In the most obvious way, space is empty and barren. In another, it's very densely packed: no matter where you look, and no matter how small the pinhole through which you look, there are thousands of galaxies in that direction; you just can't see them for lack of sensitivity to the scant few photons they emit at the exact right angle to end up in your eye. Example of a Hubble image, after very long exposure:

So long as the game doesn't require you to go there physically, but gives you instruments to see them, analyse them, and reasons to care, it can offer a wealth of objects to "explore", as well as stunning visuals, beyond the usual Star-Wars approach flight to a new planet, and even in the complete absence of life.

Not sure what the "reasons to care" that could drive gameplay (other than "Astrophysics, the Game") would be at that point, though. Anyway, good night.


Apr 18, 2019
Can't figure out how to properly quote a post in a locked thread...


I really should go to bed, and shall immediately after posting this, but something occurred to me reading your post:

In the most obvious way, space is empty and barren. In another, it's very densely packed: no matter where you look, and no matter how small the pinhole through which you look, there are thousands of galaxies in that direction; you just can't see them for lack of sensitivity to the scant few photons they emit at the exact right angle to end up in your eye. Example of a Hubble image, after very long exposure:

So long as the game doesn't require you to go there physically, but gives you instruments to see them, analyse them, and reasons to care, it can offer a wealth of objects to "explore", as well as stunning visuals, beyond the usual Star-Wars approach flight to a new planet, and even in the complete absence of life.

Not sure what the "reasons to care" that could drive gameplay (other than "Astrophysics, the Game") would be at that point, though. Anyway, good night.
That wasn't what I meant by skybox but this is a fascinating thought all the same! I'm actually interested in a game called Signal that fits the feel of your post :).
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Mar 26, 2020
Thank you for the thread, lashman!

Nothing for me this month, though. I've already played through FH4, and it was not too long ago either, so won't be getting that on Steam.

I get to save some money instead. :blobmorning2:
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First Stage Hero
Dec 5, 2018
Evil Genius 2 and Forza! And those little walking talking buildings too. Already over my budget and the month hasn't even quite started yet.

But getting back on topic Li Kao how's your new litter box holding up?
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Proud Degenerate
Apr 17, 2019
Was gonna grab Yakuza 6 but since I haven't finished 3-5 yet and Sega are starting to be assholes about regional pricing, I'm just gonna grab Loop Hero probably.
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Dead & Forgotten
Sep 5, 2018
and Sega are starting to be assholes about regional pricing
yeah, tell me about it ... with each new release their regional pricing across the board gets closer and closer to the US price (or above)


Junior Member
Dec 6, 2018
TY for the thread as always.
I think I already bought whatever gaming things are of interest this month. Loop Hero and Forza. Will be playing Loop Hero but won't be rebuying Forza on Steam until the Ultimate edition is at a suitably low price.
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Junior Member
Feb 15, 2021
Ahhh that lovely new thread smell. Thanks lashman.

Looking forward to Narita Boy and Monster Train DLC this month. I'll get FH4 down the line when it's cheaper since I still have a game pass sub and Y6 when I get around to finishing Yakuza Remastered.

I have to try the Loop Hero demo to see if it's something I want.


Sep 11, 2018
I don't think I'm going to play it again (because I don't own it on Steam), but the Obscure games have Olivier Deriviere soundtracks. Good stuff as you might expect from him.

Also I don't recall them doing much work on the Steam releases which made me quite sad at the time.

I sold my old cpu and mobo. Huzzah. Extra money!!!!!!
Which I'll use to pay some bills instead of buying anything fun. :surrenderblob:
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Just another Video Game Enthusiast
Sep 20, 2018

Everyone fill the form. They might finally being Chulip to PC
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