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Loud Papa, indie games quick look

Tokyo Game Show is one event that is held annually in order to promote the results of recent work or which will soon be released from the developers of the game, either software or hardware. The event which began to be held since 1996, was presented by Nikkei Business Publications, Inc. and the Computer Entertainment Supplier's Association (CESA). themselves also regain the honor of being the official Media Partner of the event.

For this year, the Tokyo Game Show 2015 will be held from 17 to 20 September 2015. As in previous years, two days early events are used for businesses. While the remaining two days open to the public. And seeing from so many Japanese publisher title demonstrated during E3 2015 in June 2015 and, we suspect TGS 2015 as well as interesting. Especially for indie games, which is already known if the developer swell participants for this year.

One independent gaming that will be demonstrated is Loud Papa, of Initory Studios. This game can be found in the Indie Games Area. Loud Papa is a casual game that combines the gameplay to match objects with the fight. The game developed using the Unity engine tells Papa trip carrying babies. In his journey, bandits and criminals will be blocked. To fight, you are going to match 3 or more objects in a square field of six. Each object / beam that has matched its own property. Matching different combinations will help Papa fill the energy to release the effects of skill card, and attack the enemy or strengthen itself. In the trailer below shows how the papa launch his skills, by way of sing / yell as loud deafening his enemies. It seems not a skill that is cool yeah, but according to the title of this game, "Loud Papa." The baby can also fight. Each baby also has a defense and his own skill card, thus giving birth to an atmosphere of hilarious gameplay.

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