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Platform(s): PC, Xbox One
Genre: Action
Developer: Manufacture 43
Release Date: Jan. 30, 2018

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'Pawarumi' Announced - Screens & Trailer

by Rainier on March 20, 2017 @ 5:41 p.m. PDT

Pawarumi is an arcade inspired shoot'em up with a modern twist and which stays true to the legacy of what made the genre popular in the early ages of video game history.

Pawarumi is an epic shoot'em up with intertwined game mechanics. It takes place in an alternate futuristic universe inspired by the ancient south american civilizations. You'll play as Axo, pilot of the holy ship Chukaru. Blessed by the three major gods, only the mastering of their divine energies will lead you to victory.

While offering a satisfying experience to newcomers thanks to beautiful graphics and easy to pick up gameplay, it also offers an interesting challenge for those seeking deep mechanics that offers many strategic opportunities.

Now being close to the end of production, Manufacture 43 is going for the final push and asking for support to fund the final touches on the game.

As the project release is already assured, the developers are asking the community a bit more funds to help them make the game even more awesome: better cutscenes, game modes and overall polish. It’s also another opportunity for the team to communicate closely with their community via a private discord channel. Last but not least, it will be the only place to put your hands on a physical version of Pawarumi for a fair price as the team wants it to be accessible.

The campaign will be starting this week and will end a month later, with a €15,000 goal. Stretch goals may appear depending on the success of the campaign.

Key Features

  • Unique intertwined game mechanic
  • A new quest in each level
  • Gorgeous 3D environments
  • Epic staging with awesome camera work

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