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We’ll be working on a review for Alwa’s Legacy, so I got in touch with Elden Pixels to talk a bit about the game. Come check it out!
PS4Blog: Hi Mikael! Thank you for joining us again. How are you doing?
I’m doing splendidly! It’s been a rough couple of years, I mean months, but things are looking really good now! Our second game, Alwa’s Legacy, is now out, and everyone really seems to enjoy it! Just the other week, we announced that Elden Pixels is now an indie publisher, and we’re bringing a brilliant game called Cathedral to the Nintendo Switch. I can, with ease, say that the future is looking bright!
Elden Pixel s has a live Kickstarter campaign on Alwa’s Legacy to secure the funding needed for the game’s development, so I got in touch with CEO Mikael Forslind to talk a bit about the game. Come check it out!
PS4Blog: Hi, Mikael! Good to have you here. How are you doing today?
I’m doing splendidly! Just trying to navigate through a gazillion emails, messages, tweets, Slack messages, Discord DMs, etc. It’s been quite hectic since we launched our Kickstarter, and I’m still playing catch up. But everyone has been so kind, and the comments we’ve been getting are super positive, so everything is all good!
Alwa’s Awakening is an indie game I’ve been following since back when it was released, so I got in touch with Mikael Forslind over at Elden Pixels to talk about the game’s console release later this year on Nintendo Switch.
PS4B: Hi! Thank you for joining us today. Could you please introduce yourself to our readers?
Hello, I’m Mikael Forslind and I’m a Capricorn. I used to do marketing and publishing at Image & Form and Zoink but I recently decided to quit and to work full-time on my own gaming company – Elden Pixels. It’s been an amazing two months so far and the future is looking really bright! At Elden Pixels I do the business stuff and marketing but I also work as lead designer on Alwa’s Awakening.