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Posted by Toby on

After a lengthy hiatus, we're excited to announce that Dahku is returning to indie game development!

A lot has changed, but one constant has been our regret at never having gotten to pursue any of our grander game design visions. Our prime interest as developers has always been to create the kind of game we can passionately pour our hearts, souls, blood, sweat and tears into and then confidently inform even the harshest critic that they need to experience it.

Our old approach, creating small games in the hopes of funding those bigger projects, simply didn't work out. As the right circumstances have recently merged with our ambitions, this time around we're aiming high from the start with a new title that we couldn't be more excited about! The project is early in development, but once it's far enough along we'll be taking it to Kickstarter.

Regarding the immediate platforms we intend to develop for, PC is a safe bet but we'd very much love to return to Nintendo development via Switch and are pursuing that possibility.

To mark our return we've given our site a complete overhaul and have ported our very first game to Windows and Mac and made it available for free right here on the site! We're also holding a Soon Shine giveaway on our new Facebook page, which you can enter here.

We'll be working hard in the coming weeks to bring our new ideas to fruition, so be sure to check back and follow us on Twitter and Facebook for all the latest!

Posted by Toby on

March 12th marked two years since Dahku Creations was officially formed and today marks two years since our domain name was registered, so we're excited to celebrate the occasion by welcoming you to the new v2 site!

Our previous v1 site was minimal, basic and a touch boring- quite temporary and not really meant to last as long as it did. We feel the newly launched v2 site finally reflects who we are and what we do, both in style and content.

Stylistically speaking, we tried to capture the right balance of smooth, sleek and professional while being fun and unique at the same time. It was a lengthy design process but we're quite pleased with how it turned out. Hopefully our visitors will dig it as well.

As for content we've added a few pages- an 'About' for those interested and of course this blog, which we intend to use for general updates, development reports, game musings and so on. And naturally, old pages have all been completely redesigned to be visually sharper and infinitely more efficient at what they do.

This website relaunch comes at an exciting time for us as we'll be outlining in the next blog post, so hopefully things will only get better from here!