Based in San Francisco, California, U.S.A.
"Dágat" is a cute endless runner game, where you play as a fish who was separated from their school, and you have to avoid dangers like predators and plastic bags. (Since it's swimming, maybe it should be called "endless swimmer" instead??)
This game is still in early alpha, and LOTS of improvements and changes are still being currently being worked on.
This game was inspired because of my love of nature and snorkeling and scuba diving, and I want to share my love of the sea with everyone! ^-^ Aside from that, this game is very dear to my heart because I would like to raise awareness about the issues that marine life is facing. I grew up in the Philippines, which is surrounded by the sea. So when issues face the sea and the marine life, it has more impact to the people in the Philippines.
The name "Dágat" is the Tagalog word for "sea" or "ocean". The logo of "Dágat" is the Chinese word for "sea".
- Hand-drawn art.
- All the creatures are actual creatures that you can find in the seas and oceans, except they are "cute-ified" versions.
- Different marine biomes are the different levels!!
- Nature can be beautiful and amazing, but also harsh and indifferent -- how long can you have your fish survive?
Behind-The-Scenes Trailer YouTube
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About Chua Productions
Chua Productions is currently a 1-person indie videogame studio (which makes 2D games, 3D games, AR games, and VR games) and skills-for-hire service (programming, UX/UI, Art, sound design, QA, game design). The lead creator is Bernice Anne W. Chua, who sometimes collaborates with others. Chua Productions hopes that you enjoy and have fun!!! ^_^ And maybe learn something along the way.
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