Dujanah is an Islamic-infused Adventure That Everyone Will Be Talking About


How does the idea of revenge manifest itself within someone? Is it from a desire to seek justice? Or is it from something more basic, something primal; does it come from hatred or anger? This is the question players will seek to answer in developer Jack King-Spooner’s new game Dujanah.

Players follow the story of a woman named Dujanah, in this interactive narrative.  Dujanah lives in a fictional Islamic country that is currently being occupied by a military force. This occupation has caused a strain on the protagonist. Throughout the story, players will encounter political, moral and psychological dilemmas. Players will explore a world where filled with magical realism and fantasy, inhabited by strange creatures and machines. The art style of the game is comprised of claymation, photo-collages, hand-crafted objects that draw inspiration from Islamic culture.


Dujanah is currently looking for funding on Kickstarter. To learn more about the game and developer Jack King-Spooner visit his website, and follow him on Twitter.

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