South African outfit, Kimard Studio have launched Static City Math, an educational game allowing one to better their math skills while earning real estates through more than 1000 random exercises for addition, multiplication, division, and subtraction.
Rachel’s Grasp is a new project from solo developer, Jeffrey Gachoka Gichuki. The 2D platformer which was recently revealed as an intriguing prototype is also looking to follow in the footsteps of games like Celeste and Senua’s Sacrifice by exploring themes tied to mental health.
Mutembo Babo Kaizen is a young aspiring writer out of Zambia. He recently completed a programming course over at DevCareers (a Nigerian startup whose mission is to empower young Africans who wish to break into the tech industry) and has ambitions to break into the games industry. In his contribution for GIA, he looks at the consumer experience for gamers in Zambia.
South African Carry1st has entered into a global, multi-year publishing agreement with the veterans at Raketspel to publish the studio’s next casual game, Mine Rescue!, to be released in Spring 2021.
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