UPDATE: Screenshots added below
Around a decade ago, Indiagames cashed in on the patriotic frenzy following the Kargil war by launching Yoddha, a first-person shooter that was – by 1999 standards, when Q3A and Half-Life were out – laughably bad. The action game, replete with its Dharmender-style ululations, is so cult that it does not even have a Wikipedia entry.
At a think-tank meet in Goa, Vishal Gondhal, founder and CEO of Indiagames, then boasted to us […]
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