Re: Nos queda el doujin.
Respecto a este último juego, quizá hacer notar: Original character design by Ryusuke Mita, creator of world-famous manga Dragon Half!
No sé yo si la mano de Mita va más allá del arte coyuntural...
Strangeland can now be played from beginning to end, although it is missing a considerable amount of art (and some design) in the last 15% or so of the game. We had hoped to finish it entirely in 2019, but we’re very close now. The game is divisible into four sections, and we’ve had testers play the first two of those sections extensively. The reactions seem quite positive.
Strangeland’s a bit, well, strange, in that the whole thing is confined to a dream-like carnival, which makes it feel much smaller than Primordia, even though the actual number of rooms, puzzle interfaces, characters, and so forth is probably roughly comparable. The art is spectacular (no surprise), and benefits from four times the pixels that Primordia had in terms of resolution. But the real leap forward, I think, is in the code. There are dozens of features, from striking visual effects to behind-the-scenes conveniences, that make Strangeland really exceptional. Without James’s code wizardry, there would have been no way to achieve the warped and unnerving scenario that the game requires.
We’re very hopeful for a 2020 release for Strangeland.