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This Month So Far.

Unfortunately, there has not been too much news in the indie game world for me to report on (I try my best not to end up covering the same things as other content creators). I do have two games that I wish to showcase...both being browser based so you do not have to download anything! Truth is, I have been waiting for a few more games to come out by people I follow, and none I have taken interest to besides these two have come out!7.0.3
The first game I would like to showcase is "Full Moon Coffee."

Full Moon Coffee by watabou
This is a short little point and click adventure game with comedic elements. I love the ending, it is something you have to play for yourself!
The next game that I would like to showcase is called "Tenko's Story RPG- No Travel Game Jam."
Tenko's Story RPG - No Travel Game Jam - by LVGames
This is a great little adventure game. The game itself is supposed to be more fleshed out in the future, if you click the above link you can also find thei…

I hope we are all doing well.

As you all should know by now, I am constantly on the hunt for new content to post and developers to interview. Unfortunately, in the past many developers are too busy developing their games to talk with me, but that all changes today.

I am a member of a Facebook page where developers show and test their creations, and I happened upon a hidden gem. This is an indie game (my favorite!) by none other than Mugiesshan Anandarajah. The game I am talking about is titled "Street Grudge", a game based on the fighting system of Muay Thai. I have a statement prepared by Mugiesshan, and here it is:

"This game is a 2D side-scrolling combat game with a parkour feature which you can use to leverage your environment to deliver attacks and dodge attacks. The inspiration behind this game is actually based on a 3rd story idea I'm working on, so this game in a way is actually a prototype of something bigger. One of the key things about this game is the parkour feature using your background environments which you don't see in most side-scrolling games, so this  makes the game feature unique. The biggest key factor to this game was the AI, which consisted most of my work on this project."

The game is still in development although I thoroughly enjoy the concept and look forward to working with this developer in the future.

In order to view Mugiesshan's portfolio and to see future game updates, please follow this link to this website.

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