Quick, vote for The (mis)Adventures of Luis and Joana on Steam Greenlight while it’s still up!
Greenlight is phasing up soon and this indie game would need your help to make it pass through before it says bye-bye.
Muramasa Games’ quirky PC dungeon crawler, Save the World: The (mis)Adventures of Luis and Joana has finally made it to Steam’s Greenlight process and is currently awaiting your vote to make it through and get published.
Featured last year at ESGS 2016, Save the World: The (mis)Adventures of Luis and Joana is a dungeon crawler game which utilizes random procedural level generation and hack-and-slash gameplay as you push through waves of undead enemies such as ghosts and zombies. The game tries to reflect the Filipino pop culture with references such as the rivaling schools of Ateneo de Manila and De La Salle University, Teleserye tropes, and even using local dishes such as Sisig in place of health potions.
To support and help the game get published on Steam, simply head on to the game’s Steam Greenlight page and click on the big yes button underneath the slideshow gallery. Muramasa Games hopes to have Save the World: The (mis)Adventures of Luis and Joana make it through the Greenlight process before it gets phased out and replaced with Steam Direct which is bound to happen anytime soon.