ABOUT THE GAME


Mukti is a first person story exploration game setup in an Indian Museum that revolves around one of the hard hitting social issue globally, human trafficking!

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Vikram Roy was on his biggest excavation to the mesmerizing lands of Sundarbans in West Bengal for discovering the ruins of Pala Dynasty. Nearing the end of the excavation, news broke out all over that Vikram and his colleagues executed mass killing of a tribe protecting the dynasty to acquire the centuries-old artifacts from the excavation and they are on a run!

Play as 'Arya', Vikram's grand daughter exploring the insides of this beautiful Indian museum filled with rich heritage and culture to unfold the truth behind the mystery and Vikram's whereabouts.

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Features

  • An enthralling mystery and an emotional journey through the life of trafficked humans
  • Beautiful state of art architecture of a museum with staggering collection of historical and cultural artifacts and scenarios from India
  • A captivating story and narratives that keeps you on the edge of the seat
  • Interactive puzzles that drive the story
  • Explore age-old artifacts and learn about the background/information/historic events throughout the museum
  • Interesting Camera functionality to capture pictures of fascinating artifacts/scenes throughout the museum the way you want
  • A game with a cause
  • Unique motion poster-like cutscenes to drive the story with emotions
  • A custom-built dictionary that pops to explain the regional language and words
  • Divine Indian music based on scenarios that keeps you engaged

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underDOGS Gaming Studio Mumbai, founded back in 2011 is focused on making entertaining games for PC and Mobile.

WanderMind Labs, established in 2014, is committed to creating high quality innovative and entertaining games across all major platforms.

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Even though one is a Bollywood movie & other a western game, ‘Manto’ & ‘What remains of Edith Finch’ are more similar than we think. ‘Manto’ narrates the tragic deterioration of an artist as he immigrates from his birthplace to a country, he is supposed to fit in. On the other hand, ‘What remains of Edith Finch’ revolves around a teenager’s cursed inherited property and the tragic death of all her family members.

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Manto uses the protagonist’s novels as a story telling device to convey the emotion &
tension in the latter years of his life. The movie starts in Mumbai before India’s independence. In Mumbai, he found himself, among the people, around the culture, in a developing city where he was surrounded by like-minded people. It was a positive time for the protagonist, hence it starts with one of his wholesome stories. Later, as the movie progresses and protagonist is exposed to negativity such as communal wars, immigration & judicial cases, the audience is exposed to his darker tales. As his mental health slowly deteriorates, the final story about a mentally unstable refugee being lost at
the border help the audience empathize with Manto and how he wishes for everything to be normal again with him, his family and friends back in Mumbai. These stories not only help in breaking the monotonous flow of the movie but also, the transition between these narratives, helps the audience understand the protagonist’s source of motivation.

Edith

‘What remains of Edith finch’ also follows a similar structure by letting the player step in
multiple family member’s memoirs to understand how they died and how it affected the
protagonist’s life. The game starts with the death of her elder ancestors and family members the protagonist couldn’t even meet. The initial deaths players experience is fantasy-centric as she didn’t know much about them except for whatever she had heard. As the game progresses, the deaths start getting more realistic as those characters were closer to her and she knew more about them. As the player interacts with character memoirs that were more personal to the protagonist, the player character reacts more emotionally as those deaths had bigger impact on her life.

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Both the movie and the game take its user on an emotional ride by using multiple stories to provide them with a better understanding of the protagonist’s situation. We could learn a few things from these games to provide a better experience for our players so they can empathize with our player-characters better.

Mukti is a first person story exploration game based in a ravishing Indian museum talks about India’s one of the brutal social issue, Human Trafficking!
Developed by underDOGS in collaboration with WanderMind Labs for Steam, Playstation, Xbox and Nintendo Switch!

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The Universal language for designing Videogames: The Start

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If you were asked to travel around the world with a set of cards and asked to play ‘Go fish’ with everyone you meet, would you be able to do it?

Mukti – How it all started?

Mukti – How it all started?

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A provoking thought that gave birth to our game, Mukti!

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