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Heavy Key Studios releases ‘Blind Blades’

The ninja action game has been in the works for about a year.

Blind Blades is now available for purchase through Steam. (Screenshot)

Blind Blades is the new ninja action game produced by Heavy Key Studios. It was released just a little over a week ago and is now available on Steam.
Game developer Jesse LaVigne describes it as “a game of tag or hide-and-go-seek with swords.” Up to four players stalk each other, hoping to be the last one standing. “The first player to survive three rounds wins the match,” LaVigne said.
Watch the trailer
The game was created while the startup was based out of the Wilmington University incubator, with some advice from Scott Shaw on connecting with the gaming industry.
“Working out of the incubator was very good for us, and we are grateful for the university’s ongoing support,” LaVigne said. “We’ll be working from home and meeting at each other’s homes on the weekends.”

Companies: Wilmington University

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