November 20, 2014 2:15 AM | Lena LeRay
Kenji Eno was one of Japan's first indie developers. He's best known in the west for games such as the D series, Enemy Zero, and You, Me, & The Cubes. His games have won awards in both Japan and the U.S. and one game he created was a Sega Saturn game for the visually impaired. After Eno died of heart failure in early 2013, some of his old friends and coworkers banded together to try to make his last game design a reality. Called KakeXun (pronounced kah-keh-zoon), the game is to be a "sci-fi action art game" tying cosmology, parallel worlds, mathematics, and philosophy together in a story about sentient magma trying to understand its own existence while it works to give shape to an infant world.