A new software game that lets you create your own game has gone on sale in India, and its creators say the game is on the cusp of becoming a real game.
In a teaser video uploaded to Facebook on Monday, a man who identified himself as the lead designer of the game, Harish Sharma, said the game was going to hit the market by the end of March.
Sharma has been a gamer since he was a teenager.
His first game, Apt, was a popular title for the Super Nintendo, and his second game, Super Monkey Ball, became the best-selling game of all time in India.
Sharmila Sharma’s game, a browser-based title called Super Monkey Balls, hits India, in an advertisement for the game on Facebook, on March 26, 2018.
The title Super Monkey Dots is a browser based game that allows you to create your game, said Harish Sher Sharma, the lead developer.
It is based on the Super Monkey World game, and it is going to be on the market in March.
It will be available for a limited time for free.
The game will have 100 levels, each with a different theme, he said.
Sh Sharma said the developer wanted to create a game that would appeal to the younger generation.
“I was thinking, how can I give the younger kids a game with a little bit of fun?” he said, according to a report by TechCrunch.
“What if I give them a game where you can create your games?
What if I make a game in a month where you could create your best game?”
The game is scheduled to launch in March in India’s third-largest state of Uttar Pradesh, which is home to the Bharatiya Janata Party, or BJP.
Sharma said Super Monkeyball was going after “the younger generation”.
The game is being promoted by two social networking services, Facebook and Twitter.
Facebook and Twitter have been running promotions in the past month to lure the younger demographic, with a new campaign that encourages people to upload their own games and games that they created.
A similar campaign was launched in October in India by a team of developers who created a game called Tengri, which uses a smartphone game mechanic to teach players how to make games.