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Flare is an indie company founded on 2015 by two passionate friends who wanted to make the games they would love to play. Currently working on it's first game project, a turn based RPG with card game mechanics to improve the tactical side, Flare is looking for talented people who's able to make their game come to life.

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Animalia Fables

Animalia Fables

Turn Based Strategy

Animalia Fables (provisory name) is a turn based strategy game, with a card system that works as skills for the characters. Using the concept of hired...

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