Sonic the Hedgehog co-creator Yuji Naka has taken a move towards the domain of indie games following the current year's disillusioning arrival of Balan Wonderworld.
As interpreted by VGC, Naka, who turns 56 today (September 17), tweeted saying thanks to fans for their birthday wishes prior to proceeding to report that he's dealing with a little indie versatile game created utilizing Unity.
"I've as of late began figuring out how to program once more, and I'm chipping away at a basic game for cell phones with Unity," said Naka. "I'm making it without help from anyone else, so it's not much, but rather I'm appreciating programming it. I trust you'll have the option to play with the application when it's free."
In April this year, Naka left his situation at Square Enix not long after the studio's disappointing arrival of Balan Wonderworld. The game, which Naka himself filled in as the chief on, got a predominantly regrettable reaction from pundits and fans. Naka had recently disclosed to IGN that the game was his "a single possibility" to make a platformer for the distributer. Upon the title's delivery, IGN looked into Balan Wonderworld upon its delivery and conceded it a humble 4/10. In our decision for the game, we said that its "insane platforming and stupid one-button configuration" tragically prompted it "being a complete bore".