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Red Cell - Agent Green - RELEASED!

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Orymus3

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Welcome Agent Green...

And here we go, Red Cell: Agent Green is finally released on Itch.io!

Don't believe me?

Now you should!

 

It was quite the journey from simple gamejam entry for the Week of Awesome III to here, but I'm glad I stuck with it.

The game is now coop, has leaderboards (thanks Gamesparks!) and is a lot harder to deal with.

Hoping to add new modes in the future too!

 

See the whole story here

 

I won't take more of your time, until I actually add more to it.

(If you DO play the game, do drop me a line, I'm always curious to hear what people thing!)

 

 
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