Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan

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New Kickstarter for Central Africa’s First Fantasy Action RPG!

Hey El Moochadores, and indie game lovers, currently there is a Kickstarter for the first fantasy action RPG to come out of central Africa! Which, is frigg’n awesome! Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan is the first game to be produced and published by Kiro’o Games which is based in Yaounde, Cameroon (south of Nigeria, but north of Gabon, but you probably already knew that…).img012 The game is a 2D adventure of the young prince, Enzo. On the eve of his coronation (and wedding day) “ Enzo is thrust into trouble as he finds himself tied up in a coup and then exiled with his new wife, Erine.” Enzo and Ernie must now work together and use their Aurionic powers to fight enemies and win back the throne!

Currently Aurion’s game developers are looking to raise funds for final development of the game which will include; “updates to the Interface, beautiful new hand-drawn characters and animation, and possibly toward new hires and support for additional platforms.” The Kickstarter has just begun, (33 days remaining as of this post), so get in now and help them reach their goals. This is a unique chance to help (probably) the only game developer in Cameroon produce and distribute a game that strongly incorporates African culture into an RPG! And you can help make that happen! So do it! NOW.

I’ve posted a few screen shots below along with the Kickstarter promotional video. Unfortunately the video is some strange, and long forgotten, language (Frunch, I think it was called), but there are subtitles to help communicate to would be contributors. For more information about the game, and rewards for contributing, please visit Aurion Kickstarter or the Kiro’o Games website!

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2 Comments

  1. African RPG? Maybe I can be a Nigerian prince who has to move a lot of money out of the country?

    You’ve had some great African guests already. If they speak English (or Portuguese?) have them on!

    • Mister Trog

      09/16/2015 at 8:22 pm

      Well, I think they speak French in Cameroon, (I think) but we’ll try to get ’em on the show.

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