Roots: Shards of the Moon [android][free]

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  1. Nirklav

    Nirklav New Member

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    Hello, guys!

    We have released first our game week ago! GooglePlay

    Description from google play:
    The arcade game in which you have to help a little hero to reach the goal.

    - 48 levels.
    - Interesting and new gameplay.
    - The development of active and passive abilities through which it is possible to pass more complex levels. Skills are opening and improving with coins that can be found on the levels.
    - Ability to create your own levels and share them with other players.


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  2. katastrophic88

    katastrophic88 New Member

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    This looks really cool! I love the main character's design (so cute). Any plans for iOS?
     
  3. Nirklav

    Nirklav New Member

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    Hi, unfortunately for ios we need all apple stuff like: mac, ios devices... we are small indie devs, and we dont have them. The second reason is that all our code written on java that not supported in ios. And ther last reason is - i hate apple, because they hate developers :)

    If we change our minds, i'll write post here. But this is unlikely.
     
  4. Nirklav

    Nirklav New Member

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    Hello again!

    We was created gameplay video:
     
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