16-year-old starts business, announces release of first video game

Press release from Raptor Studios

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Raptor Studios announces the release of Sanguine Heir, an action role-playing game (ARPG) in the style of 2000s computer games.

Raptor Studios Founder, 16-year-old Noah Hunter, said, “I don’t like the direction that the games industry is headed currently, especially compared to the games I grew up with. I want to make games that focus more on gameplay and less on tricking players into spending money.”

Noah Hunter has been playing video games since childhood and has always wished to make games of his own. Upon entering high school, he realized that he could turn his passion into a business. He utilized free tools and assets in order to produce his game without a budget.

The game is being released completely free on Itch.io and can be played on Windows computers. “This game is more than just a game,” said Hunter. “I want this game to inspire change, however small, in the industry. I’d like to show that selling quality products is more important for the longevity of the games industry than making a quick buck.”

  • This is a cool story. I saw the trailer on youtube and think I’m going to download the game. youtube.com/watch?v=TtZaJlqeqAY

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