Images of Abdul Samad Khan’s stadium celebration amid a sea of Saudi fans went viral when he revealed a Poland match shirt with Lewy’s distinctive number 9 on the back. Tracking him down on social media, the Polish captain invited the fan to the squad’s Ezdan Palace Hotel training base.
Based on the New Testament and entitled I Am Jesus Christ, the first person game sees players walk in the footsteps of the Messiah in an “incredible retelling of the story of Christ from birth to resurrection” and “perform amazing miracles, interact with a cast of biblical figures and travel around the Holy Land from Jerusalem to Galilee.”
VIDEO: Set during the Polish-Bolshevik War and based on source materials and historical exhibits to ensure accuracy, Gra Szyfrów challenges users to become ‘heroes of Polish intelligence’ by breaking Bolshevik ciphers, safeguarding radio communication lines and neutralizing an armoured train.
Teaming up with UK-based sports and entertainment agency Capital Block, the club can now boast to be the first in Europe to sign with an NFT agency.
In this week’s show host John Beauchamp speaks to Justyna Dominiak, a passionate educator who has just made a prize-winning boardgame to get kids interested in cultural heritage.
With its mix of party and prophecy, the celebration of St Andrew’s is littered with rich and ancient cultural traditions.
VIDEO: Urban planning and city strategy expert Krzysztof Ruciński told TFN: “It is one of the greatest ‘what ifs’. So I thought why not just take some old maps and start to create the city. It started around one year ago and it has grown organically.”
The report, 'Development prospects for the entertainment industry and media in Poland 2021-2025', highlights how each sector of the industry was affected by the pandemic and how they are recovering.
The addition of original games based on popular content will offer Netflix subscribers something that they aren’t receiving elsewhere and could be the key to continued growth of the service.
Describing the game as a “poignant slice of Polish culture”, video game critic and reviewer Robert Zak said: “Amid all these Polish made games, few have depicted Poland itself. The Medium breaks this unfortunate tradition beautifully.”