Wekufu – Kickstarter Campaign started

Indie development studio Stickerb Games informs that their Kickstarter campaign to fund the development and production of Wekufu for Steam, Xbox One, Series X and S has been live for a week now.

Wekufu is a dark, hand drawn 2D hack and slash platformer about vengeance. Outcast for being unique, over something that can’t be changed, embrace and protect: our identity.

About Wekufu

Play as Sakinko, a young warrior set on a quest to avenge her father’s death and protect her people from the evil spirits that now menace her land, these evil spirits take the name of Wekufu.

Features

  • Developed by only one individual that hasn’t seen the light of day in quite a while.
  • Frame by frame 2D animation, no exception, hundreds of frames and, of course, wrist pain.
  • Beautiful hand painted environments.
  • Challenging combat focused gameplay.
  • Three different skills to enhance our fighting skills and combos.
  • Get stronger by fighting bosses, finding secrets and receiving blessings.
  • Build our character with focuses on Health, Newen, Critical Chance or mix them to find our perfect build.
  • Pseudo Metroidvania experience, explore zones limited by our current skills but also experience “arena” fights and platforming sections full of traps.
  • Learn about the Mapuche and help them to spread the word on this fierce culture that has been protecting nature for centuries.
  • Music composed by Santiago Jara, using actual Mapuche Instruments and inspiration.
  • Feel nature and explore it, no pressures.

With 20 days to end and 9% of their objective already pledged with the support of 24 backers, the Kickstarter campaign will help the developer fund the costs of production for Wekufu.

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