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Legends tell of heroes, villains, and quests that save the world from darkness. The streets tell a different story. For PC, Mac & Linux
Legends tell of heroes, villains, and quests that save the world from darkness. The streets tell a different story. For PC, Mac & Linux
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Mihnea Murgeanu, Paweł K., and 3 more people like this update.

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      Abnaxis on

      -2 points for using "uh" to pad out your syllables in the last stanza :p

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      Godewijn on

      Thanks a lot :)

    3. Pyrodactyl Games 2-time creator on

      @S.D.: Thanks!

      @EndreX: Yep, we plan to show lots of aspects of Indian culture, especially various traditions and societies.

    4. S.D. on

      HA! Best update ever :-)
      Thanks for keeping us in-the-loop, guys. It matters; it really, really, does. Doing so in style just makes it all the better.

    5. Andy Linea of Sin - DOoD on

      Yepp, I reallly like this project, and would like to play it very soon! It would be nice to see a game about India also for people who don't really know your culture but are curious to learn more. Are you going to show us some of your traditions, your religions, your society, interesting facts about your land? As a child I had a comics about a rakshasa or similar, I cannot remember much, but I could see the difference between our culture (Hungary) and yours. As a child it was strange but somehow enchanting. (-:

    6. jorlinn on Linux on

      Thanks for the update. All riled up to play the game.

    7. Pyrodactyl Games 2-time creator on

      @Jesse: Thanks a bunch, it is messages like yours that motivate us to keep on going :D

    8. Jesse Dylan Watson on

      You guys are so funny. And I love how, while every other project in the universe seems to be a mad, late, confused, money-lacking scramble, you guys are kind of in your own little world. "Everything is fine. Why wouldn't it be?", with a friendly shrug.

      I think the general public is going to be wowed by the look of this game, art style and music. It's really just gotten more and more impressive. I could probably be silent and with ASCII text graphics and I'd still want to play it, but it's nice to see it looking so presentable!