Learn how developers Adir and Jose from Rewind Games created Tanuki Sunset in an Indie Devs interview hosted by Ben Green, our Legion Community Manager! Adir and Jose talk about building Tanuki Sunset, their inspirations, and their game design process.

In Tanuki Sunset, players follow Tanuki, a raccoon, in a third-person longboarding game across the procedurally generated synthwave-themed seaside road landscape in an attempt to be featured in FISH Sports Magazine.

Drift your way around the narrow corners, gather Tanuki Bits to fill up your Bonus Roulette Meter, and try and gather as many points as you can. Get some air-time and avoid cars and obstacles while pushing your luck close to the walls and edges for near-miss moments and tight-squeezes to maximize your score.

The gameplay was designed to feel like something from the PS2 era by having the player keep a state of flow with a simplified control scheme. With a retro art-style and a stunning soundtrack, you’ll be sure to enjoy the nostalgia of this arcade-like experience.

Ready to get started with Tanuki Sunset? Watch the video, then click here to play on Steam right now!

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