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5 unique Made in India video games

Team Udayavani, Jul 8, 2020, 4:27 PM IST

Since the COVID-19-induced lockdown came into effect, video games have emerged as the mode to while away time.

Ludo King became the most downloaded Indian video game in this period with more than 10 crores downloads in Google Playstore. And it goes without mentioning that PUB-G has stood unshakeable in its place as the most popular video game in recent years.

The Indian video gaming industry is in its infancy. However, some outstanding video games with unseen before gaming convention tapping into the mostly Indian experience has been out there for quite some time now.

Here are five picks:

Scribbled Arena
A tank game with a pencil-drawn visual design. Its clean graphics makes the battle action easy to follow.

This video game is set in a fantastical Indian city, though its gameplay is entirely based on India’s real social disposition. Players have to play through a macabre of India’s problems – caste, religion, poverty and more.

This video game has one of the best-randomised gameplay setting. The player’s ability and game levels are not standard and depends on the players game speed.

The Last Train
Set in an alternative World War 2 setting where the Japanese empire has exacted revenge on the USA for dropping the nuclear bombs. The player has to drive a refugee train in post-War America.

Bhag Corona
A simple game where the player takes the role of the Prime Minister (name known) and shoot incoming novel coronaviruses. The background song is the popular jingle chanted by a Member of Parliament in one demonstration against the virus.

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