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    RedDeer.Games Announced That Maki: Paw Of Fury Is Coming To Steam And Nintendo Switch This Year

    RedDeer.Games, has announced that a co-financed project with Bacord GamesMaki: Paw of Fury heading this year to Steam and Nintendo Switch. The game is available at the moment to play as a demo version on Steam.

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    Maki: Paw of Fury is an action-packed, beautifully animated fighting game in the style of retro arcade gems. By using martial arts skills, dispose of and defeat the enemies standing in player’s way while saving the kidnapped love of Maki’s life.

    “I’m incredibly pleased that we had an opportunity to co-financed this project alongside the talented team of Bacord Games.”
    “Maki: Paw of Fury is this crazy mashup of cute asian style and traditional martial arts – it’s perfect and I can’t wait for players opinion.”

    Dominik Czarniga – Creative Director and Senior Game Producer, RedDeer.Games

    The main character, a charming fox named Maki, is drawn into a world full of threats and dangers. His beloved is kidnapped by a mysterious villain, and he must set out to rescue her, defeating all sorts of enemies and bosses along the way.

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    Maki, however, is not as defenseless as he might look, for he has studied the secret arts of Tsume no Ken and is an accomplished, fearless fighter whose favorite weapon is the tuna.

    Maki: Paw of Fury was made as a tribute to old arcade classics, for lovers by lovers of such games. People still remember the days of queuing for game machines and impatiently waiting for the turn of their gameplay.

    Beautifully animated in cartoon style, framed by a unique music sequence, Maki: Paw of Fury will undeniably win the hearts of players.

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