The weekly Spanish video games industry newsletter (July 1)

Hello everybody!

Welcome to this week’s newsletter, one that kicks off the month of July! These last days of June have been quiet in terms of releases, but there have been other news. A well-known studio is getting ready to start a new Kickstarter campaign, we’ve seen another campaign wrapping up successfully and a good number of videos and teasers in PlayStation Talents The Moment event. Let’s take a look at it.

First, a couple of news related to Kickstarter. 2Awesome Studio finally wrapped its campaign for Ak-Xolotl. And they must be real happy. This cute but deadly roguelite, according to the studio, managed to gather more than 122.000 euros. The campaign has been an absolute success considering their funding goal was set at 15.000 euros. The game is coming to Steam, PlayStation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch early in 2023.

From a successful Kickstarter campaign to one that we believe has the same fate. The Game Kitchen, the studio that brought us Blasphemous and The Last Door, is about to start a new campaign for a VR game called All On Board! We don’t know much about the project (luckily we will next week) so we can’t tell you much except you can already sign up for the campaign to get updates once it gets live.

If you want to see a ton of new videos, trailers and gameplays from Spanish indie studios, do not hesitate to take a look at The Moment, the event held by PlayStation Talents that took a look at all their upcoming projects. And they are a lot! You can watch the entire event below.

And last but not least, we have a new release! Itadaki Smash, the game by Main Loop previously released on PlayStation and Steam is arriving to the Nintendo Switch. The game is a beat ‘em up game that pays tribute to the classics of the genre. Gain new skills and revive the spirit of the arcade by unleashing an arsenal of combos, throws and special attacks.

That’s all for now! We hope you are reading this at the beach. If not… we at least hope your holidays come soon enough. See you next week!

Activity funded by the Spanish Ministry of Culture and Sport

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