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“GOODBYE WORLD” released a Chinese demo version at the Steam New Product Festival to experience the low tide faced by independent game developers

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“GOODBYE WORLD” released a Chinese demo version at the Steam New Product Festival to experience the low tide faced by independent game developers
Developed by the independent developer YO FUJII, the adventure game “GOODBYE WORLD” with the theme of two independent game developers, this time, the demo version was released during the Steam New Product Festival, and it supports the traditional Chinese interface, allowing players to experience two independent game developers. The lows and challenges faced by game developers.

The story of “GOODBYE WORLD” describes the strong-minded programmer Kanai, and the artist Xiong Shou who wants to create a pixel style are good friends who met in school. After graduation, the two decided not to find a specific job in order to create games together, but real life is not that simple. Their games don’t sell well, and most of their time is wasted on part-time jobs in order to make ends meet…

“GOODBYE WORLD” expresses the harsh reality faced by independent game creators through GameBoy Advance-like screen resolution. The demo version is also interspersed with mini-games on the handheld interface to provoke players’ past play memories. And the game emphasis will describe the harsh reality, the lost enthusiasm, the story of the two game creators.

The official pointed out that in the full version of the game, players will challenge a platform puzzle game containing 12 levels, while experiencing the story of the two protagonists in a total of 13 chapters. “GOODBYE WORLD” is scheduled to be released in 2022.
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