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Teenage Developer Releases Point-and-Click RPG "Weathered" on Desura for Free


The Summary:

·         Weathered is a 2D point-and-click RPG in a 1950s inspired setting

·         Charlie Nash developed the game when he was just 15-years old

·         Now available for download, free of charge, on Desura

November 4th, 2013 - Teenage developer Charlie Nash has released his 1950s noire inspired point-and-click RPG, Weathered, on the Desura network. Charlie Nash developed Weathered single handedly using the Adventure Game Studio engine. At the time of development Charlie Nash was only 15 years of age.

Weathered features a variety of characters which can be interacted with using unique dialogue choices and players complete quests and earn Cards, which are used to purchase important documents in game. Players can also use a Holographic monocle system to view stats, allies, tasks and their inventory. The game also features a soundtrack produced by James Graham, and Kevin MacLeod.

Weathered is the first of many games to be produced by the teenage developer via his development brand, Vintage Games Co., and has already gained positive responses on the Desura network. Charlie Nash is welcoming feedback to help him with future video game releases. Future releases from Charlie Nash include a horror themed board game.

More information about Weathered can be found on the official page. You can also follow Charlie Nash on Twitter to learn more about his future projects.

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About Charlie Nash

Charlie Nash is a teenage programmer and artist living in the United Kingdom. He is currently a student who works on his indie game development brand Vintage Games Co. in his spare time. Charlie started by programming small batch games. After becoming frustrated at not being able to create his visions the way he intended, Charlie decided to learn C#. He then began using the Adventure Game Studio engine to develop a number of projects. Charlie is currently working on a horror themed board game, No Strings Attached, and an ebook known as Creepy Tales from the Lighthouse, which will take place in a shared universe.

Contact Charlie Nash directly for more details: charlie@indie-house.com  

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