The Coffee Talk Creator dies

Mohammad Fahmi, the creator of the Indie Coffee Talk game, has passed away at thirty-two years of age.

The news has become public through the Official Twitter Account of the game, where it is said that “today we have received the devastating news that Fahmi, the Coffee Talk Creator and Screamer has died. Rest in peace, our hearts are with his family and his loved ones. “

“That all the good things he shared and the story he wrote live with us forever,” he concluded. “Thank you, Fahmi”.

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Posted in 2020, Coffee Talk is a visual novel set in a cafeteria inhabited by fantastic creatures. Fahmi developed the idea for the game while working as director of marketing and public relations at Toga Productions, and after the launch he opened his own study, Pikselnesi, in which he published what Comes After.

From Coffee Talk we said in the analysis of him that “Best of Coffee Talk is how well he replies, in himself, the romantic experience of being in a cafeteria for those who enjoy that kind of thing.”

Pikselnesia has a publication of the version for Switch of Afterlove EP, which was announced at the Nintendo Indie World Showcase last December.

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