Frankfurt/Germany, July 29th 2021:
The Germany-based indie games developer/publisher Deck13 Interactive and indie games developer Let’s GameDev today announced with great joy and excitement that they have just launched a Kickstarter campaign for their old-school zeldaesque action-adventure “Spindle”!
And not only that, Deck13 Interactive and Let’s GameDev has also just announced that they have released a playable demo for “Spindle” as well (you can download and play the demo for free via Steam and the Nintendo Eshop).
Who did not think about being the Grim Reaper at least once? With Spindle, players can finally slip into the role of Death himself. But even Death needs a loyal friend which is why a Pig will always be at your side. Together players need to solve an important mystery: Why does nobody die anymore?
Spindle is an old-school zeldaesque action adventure where you fight enemies, solve puzzles and explore dungeons. All set in a beautiful handcrafted pixel world. We could write a lot about the gameplay but why should we? Instead, for the announcement, we made sure a playable demo is ready and made available for everyone.
Interested players can join support the game right now, as the Kickstarter Campaign of Spindle has just started. The three man team is looking for 55,000€ for the campaign to succeed and to make Spindle truly special
– Be the one and only Death
– Enoy a beautiful handcrafted pixel world
– Explore grim dungeons
– Solve mind bending puzzles
– Pet the pig
Deck13 Interactive is one of Germany’s leading developers. Employing more than 60 and with studios located in Frankfurt, the team develops award-winning large scale productions for Consoles and PC. With “Deck13 Spotlight” the team established a publishing service to help independent developers bring their projects to wider audiences.
About Let’s GameDev
Three developers. One mission: Finally release a game. A game about life and death. And a pig. Not the Cage-Pig, but a cute one. Driven by pixels the three friends started a mission a long time ago and the journey has just started.
Jonas “O.J” Ek
The Gaming Ground
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