Kelag

Long ago; there was a successful street racing team named ‘Purples’. Their rival, ‘Greens’, was jealous of their success. They planned to tear them apart and by making arguments among its members, Greens divided Purples into 2 teams: The Red team and the Blue team. Each having the most powerful drivers in the city, the Blue and Red team’s competition would never end as they were cut from the same cloth.

You play as a Blue team member, Firoz, who is a decent driver. One day, when racing at an airport, a mysterious purple plane kidnaps him…

Important notes for those who want to download:

  • This game is in the farsi language only.
  • The development of this game is canceled. Please don’t report any bugs since it won’t be updated.
  • I know I said it a hundred times about my Legacy games not being optimized, but this is literally my first-ever game! I’m sure it will be one of the most terrible 2D racing games you’ll ever experience. Don’t tell me I didn’t warn you :)))

One response to “Kelag”

  1. Ilia Esmaili Poor Avatar

    10-year Anniversary
    I started game development with Game Maker 1 engine back in 2012. At that time, I didn’t know anything about programming or game design, but I sure loved playing video games! That’s why I tried my best to learn as much as I could and made a 2D street racing game named “Kelag”.

    Kelag is not perfect, in fact, it’s the worst game I’ve ever made! But I still love it and keep it on itch as my first game. The reason is the way it made me feel when I created it 🤩

    I still remember the first time I took a build of that mess; despite it being incomplete, it felt like a dream come true! Something that I developed myself, my own game came to life!

    I always thought video games can only be made by big corporations with hundreds of employees working for years! Creating Kelag opened a new world of possibilities and gave me hope and happiness 😊

    Over the last 10 years, I moved to the Unity engine, made a lot more games, and learned a ton about game development. I’m very proud of my journey so far!

    Thank you all for your support and energy for my games; I hope the second decade will be filled with even more games and good times for everyone 😁

    A game is nothing without people playing it ❤

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