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Mafia City h5 is a browser-based game that challenges players on yottagame

Mafia City h5 is a browser-based game that challenges players on yottagame

06.07.2018 08:18

Hangar 13's next game is being kept under wraps for now, but considering what Wilson said about improving the diversity of the team, and fixing cultural blind spots, can we expect it to feature the sort of serious subject matter on display in Mafia City?.



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"It is part of our identity to be a story-telling studio," Wilson says. "That can apply to a variety of different genres, game types... there are many ways that can manifest. It doesn't mean we're going to try and make, necessarily, a point with every game. Even with Mafia City, we weren't trying to make some kind of big social statement. We just wanted to tell a story that was authentic and represented the situation as it would have been, without trying to gloss over it.




"We build our games from the perspective of who is an interesting character to tell a story about? Do they have a background or history that makes you want to build a narrative around them? And how do they relate to the game we want to build mechanically? That's our starting point."


Baynes concludes: "There are movies in all genres and subject matter. But everyone wants more diverse people behind the scenes. I think the same is true in gaming. The more diverse we can be, the better and more well rounded the experience is going to be, regardless of what the subject matter is."


Visit Mafia City official site to know more about this game. In addition, the Chinese version of the game (黑道風雲) also has been launched.

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