Back in February 2016, Jack King-Spooner’s latest game Dujanah was funded via Kickstarter to the tune of £6,729. After a year and a half of development later, it is set to be released on September 12th.
The game is a non-linear narrative adventure set in a realistic, but also “magical” setting that explores, among other topics, how revenge manifests itself. It does feature enemies and bosses, but the main focus seems to be on exploring the world and “finding the different stories” within it.
Dujanah was originally set to be released today, but the release date was silently changed to September 12th earlier today. No explanation for the delay was given, but is likely that Valve’s review process is simply taking longer than expected. That being said, a comment on the pre-release trailer that was posted earlier today seems to indicate that the release date is not yet set in stone, but that the game should be out by “next week at the latest.”