So, we're finally here. After 14 months and over 2300 hours of work put into the project from a single man, Alessandro Salvati has posted the last gameplay video for ADON Project before the retro-inspired indie platformer launches sometime in mid-2013.
Speaking to IndieGames, Salvati made mention of the possibility that he may be putting ADON Project up on either Kickstarter or Steam's Greenlight service. Whichever one Salvati goes for probably won't matter so much because, judging by the video pushed out (along with others in the past), ADON seems like the kind of game that is bound to get a sizeable following.
Sonic and Strider love child: ADON Project [IndieGames]
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