Video game projects are quite extensive and lots of studios create ideas for games that become scrap. Other projects get lost in Limbu while the development team can get everything by watching the title go through the whole development process. Although tons of games were lost forever, a certain game was able to see a release in the wild years after its first development.
The game is Magic Castle, a title that formed a small team in the late 1990s. Published by a man known as Piro, who was the original developer behind this game, we are finally learning the history of Magic Castle and the history of the development struggle that went into the title. Published online, players can enjoy the title of this action RPG when a small group of developers left banking data studios when they were working on banking.
According to a short interview the developers put together with the introduction of Magic Castle, the title was created under the net title. This is a PlayStation 1 game development kit that the general public can purchase and create video games. At the time, the two people behind this video game project were Piro and Matsunami. The duo spent almost a year from their savings, developing their own video game until they were ready to purchase a publisher.
Ideally, their first choice was Sony and they even managed to show the game as soon as they managed to have a meeting with the company Unfortunately, when the showcase was over, Sony revealed that they had no desire to reveal Magic Castle Was interested in. Since Magic Castle was an emotional project and the reason the pair left their last corporate development job, the team passed the offer and the project will continue shopping.
The game has even garnered interest from another unnamed company that is big on Japanese RPGs. The deal was that the publisher would have to bear all the rest of their costs, but the team would have to find the rest of the developers to complete the project. The Magic Castle was canceled as the group failed to find more employees to develop the game. Piro also completed the project and released the game online for the world to enjoy.