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We welcome the subscribers of our game, gamers, developers and all those who are reading this text...

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We welcome the subscribers of our game, gamers, developers and all those who are reading this text.


We have not written anything about the stereotypical development long time. Unfortunately, we don't have enough recourses and opportunities to go on the development of this game. First of all, this is due to the complexity of the project and we don't want to release the game with a questionable quality.


This project is very important for us, we will definitely return to its development as soon as we realize that we can release it in the form in which it exists in our imagination.


Nowadays we are busy in developing of 2 other projects. We think that we can release them in a good quality.

The first project is called Hardcore Mech. This is a cooperative action game, in which 2 players control one Mech. Recently it got Greenlight and now it is under active development. On the game's page you can support the project or give your ideas.


The second project, on which we are working on is the labyrinth with invisible walls, you can only hear them. Just imagine, you are walking through the maze and listening to: "Is there any wall?". We are doing this kind of game. You can learn more about this game on its page.


Beside these 2 games, recently we took part in a one small Russian gamejam. For this we developed shooter puzzle game, in which the player must "recover" the world moving between two instants, simultaneously killing evil guys, who are trying to bring the universe into chaos. Now this game is getting Greenlight, and we want to know the opinion of gamers about this project. If you are interested in it, you can learn more about this game on its page and also play a pre alfa version.


If you are not interested in any of these projects, you just need to wait a little bit.

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