Devoted developers still hope that this game can be seen again.
Taiwan Horror Games Dedication Turned into a sad story, a developer just tried to sell its game. This title has passed politically, making this even more difficult.
At the beginning of last year, when China discovered similarities between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Winnie the Pooh, Chinese sensors brought great difficulties to the life of “Red Candle Games.” This comparison has been very strict in the past.
The game was bombarded by Chinese audiences on Steam, then disappeared from Valve’s storefront and never returned. More importantly, Indievent, the Chinese publisher of the game, had its business license revoked and the game became quiet.
Last summer, Red Candle managed to distribute a physical copy of the game on its own, but only in Taiwan. Then, there was hope yesterday as it announced that GOG will once again sell games in the West.
However, the platform seems to feel cold and is gaining the so-called “A lot of information from game players. “This is a cruel new chapter in the game story.
However, Red Candle Games has now responded, saying it will continue to try and release the game. The developer posted this message on Twitter:
-redcandlegames (@redcandlegames) December 17, 2020
I hope that developers can find a platform that is willing to step up and accommodate the game, because the game has received good reviews in its initial release. In horror themes, it is always possible to use another hit song, which is a shame.