Brazilian Indie Developer of ‘Blazing Chrome’ Talks Hardships of Game Development in New Video

Developer Joy Masher released a new video featuring the small studio’s approach to designing their upcoming game Blazing Chrome, coming to PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PC-via Steam in early 2019.

In the video, the Brazilian team discussing what it’s like working together and more importantly working in a region without large development studios. The studios recount their upbringing in the industry and how they plan to continue making games.

Blazing Chrome is a side-scrolling action game that pays homage to retro games like Contra and Metal Slug. The game features a variety of stage and different weapons that players will discover over the game’s arcade narrative of action. The game features two characters, a human fighter, Mavra, and a robotic insurgent, Doyle, as they blast their way through hordes of enemies.

Blazing Chrome will also be featured in Suda51’s Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes in the form of a wearable t-shirt for Travis.

You can watch the developer video below:

Author’s take: It’s really interesting seeing how developers work together on these indie games and how their passion to create motivates them to produce these beautiful looking games. This game looks awesome and as a huge Metal Slug fan, I can’t wait to get my hands on it.

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