I’m a long time Click reader myself and am happy to tell you that they reviewed our award winning game, Rot Gut, in their weekly magazine today and they favored it with a 9/10 score! Sadly it’s just in Persian/Farsi but you can try translating it with Google Translate.
I extracted the review part and attached it to this blog post for your convenience.
These days are full of love. It’s Iran’s 2nd game festival (IRGF) and it’s full of very useful workshops. I was honored to have one already which was titled “Indie and Casual: Differences” which I talked about what is independent game development and introduced some facts and reviewed some noteworthy and important games along with screening trailer of Rot Gut which I got very positive impressions.
I’ll do another conference on Saturday on Post Mortem of Rot Gut which I’ll try to talk about process of creating an indie game in Iran and use experiences I earned during the past 4 years of pursing this path.
I’ll recorded the talk and I’ll upload it whenever I find a good internet connection.
For someone like me who spends and spend his whole lifetime loving and working on video games, seeing someone loving his product so much that creates fan art for it just makes me well up. Check out these lovely art works by a dear Rot Gut fan, Mohammad:
Our latest game, Rot Gut, has a fantastic music developed by our very own Lawrence Steele, a.k.a. Satsuma Audio, is a fine mixture of Jazz of 1920-30’s era with retro aspects of chiptune! You can now checkout the music and perhaps buy the music from his bandcamp page. I strongly suggest to check out the music as it’s always on loop as we develop the game 😉