Frogwares: We carried on with our lives, and now we're just trying to get by

The study of Ukraine chronicles their experiences following Russia's invasion.

Frogwares: We carried on with our lives, and now we're just trying to get by

A war alters reality from day to day, and the video game business has sadly been linked to the conflict between Russia and Ukraine due to the threats and challenges that Ukrainian developers face. The testimony of those responsible for The Sinking City, Frogwares, who have been caught in the middle of the conflict, has recently been disclosed.


THE REALITY OF FROGWARES EMPLOYEES VARYED FROM DAY TO DAY.

Wael Amr, CEO of Frogwares Games, explained the present situation of the studio and how the invasion of Russia has affected everything during an interview with Wccftech. The director first affirmed that all members of the study are alive, but as Russian forces advance, the uncertainty grows, as some have forced to evacuate before their cities were taken and their homes were destroyed: "The plain answer is that this battle has thrown all of our lives into upheaval." We were living our lives one day and trying to survive the next. So far, our entire staff has been located.


However, because we're scattered around the country, there are a few examples where we're particularly concerned. Some are in cities that are under siege. Others are subjected to heavy bombardment. Some of our team members have already witnessed the destruction of their houses or the homes of their relatives. Because all men are required to remain in the country under martial law, families are splintered as women and children flee to the borders. We're collaborating with team members who have taken the difficult decision to send their families out of the country while they're here."


RIGHT NOW, SURVIVAL IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN MAKING VIDEO GAMES.

But persuading more than 90 individuals to leave their homes, lives, and families for what is, in the end, just a job will never be simple. Ukraine is where they call home and where they dwell. Many of us are willing to fight for it at any cost."


Finally, Wael Amr expressed gratitude for the fans', media's, and industry's support at this time, and urged the unit to ask for a cease-fire, despite his concerns about the Russian advance and the risk that the government might sever communication connections.

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