Indie Spotlight: Candle
Indie Spotlight is a new feature series created by GamR Mag to help bring more information regarding popular upcoming indie games to our growing community. If you have an indie game that you would like to see featured, please let us know in the comments below!
In our first installment of Indie Spotlight, we will be shedding some light on Candle (pun totally intended). Candle is an upcoming platformer, with a unique art style, releasing for the PC, Mac, Linux & Wii U. The game is currently being developed by Teku Studios Software. Teku Studios Software was kind enough to send us some screenshots of Candle for your viewing pleasure. Take a look.
Candle truly looks amazing with such a unique and engaging art style, but the game should really be seen in action to really grasp the beauty of Candle. Here is a video sent to us by Teku Studios Software highlighting the gameplay mechanics, and commentated by Mike, one of the developers behind Candle at Teku Studios.
Finally, we have some art work that Teku Studios Software sent to us. This is some of the concept art from Candle that details the art direction the game has taken during its development.
If you like what you see from Candle so far, and want more news and updates, you can always check in at GamR Mag for regualr news updates. You can also follow Teku Studios Software on Twitter, or like them on Facebook. Although the game has already reached its funding, and the project has ended on KickStarter, you can still support and promote Candle by voting for them on Steam Greenlight.
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