mihira bhoja is the name of a Sanskrit word meaning “happiness.” The word is also a title of a Sanskrit epic poem by the Sanskrit poet Kalidasa.
mihira bhoja is an interesting title to call a game. There’s a wealth of possibilities for the game’s story. The idea of a game named after a single word is not unheard of; it’s just very unusual.
mihira bhoja is a game that’s been in development for close to a decade. The idea of mihira bhoja not being named after a single word is a little surprising but it’s an interesting twist on the classic RPG genre. It might be the reason for the game’s name not being a single word, but I’m not sure.
Although to me mihira bhoja feels more like a game with a story with words and numbers in it than a full-blown RPG. It’s a good way to say that its a game that could have been made with a lot of different genres in mind.
mihira bhoja is a game that was in development for years. A game that was named for an English game designer named Ian Bhoja. A game that was originally supposed to be called Deathloop. A game that would have been a game about a man named Colt Vahn on the island called Blackreef. A game whose entire premise was built around the idea of a guy called Imirya.
The name “deathloop” is derived from the first line of the game’s first screenshot, which looks like a giant clock with a red button on the side. And as we’ve already said, the game’s premise is based around the concept of a man named Colt Vahn trying to take out all kinds of Visionaries who are trying to keep the world from going mad.
The name mihira is taken from the name of a character in a popular Indian movie, about a woman who is stuck with her husband on an island. When that island’s inhabitants are all killed, the woman decides to marry a man, and that is how deathloop got its name.
The game is also reminiscent of the video game Thief, because you can use a red button to take out a Visionary. But that is just a coincidence, because mihira is actually very similar to a similar character in a popular Russian/East European/Czech/German/Siberian video game called Thief.
The game is actually a port of Thief, and it is similar because in both games you use an ‘L’ button to take out a Visionary. One of these characters is the same as the character in Thief, mihira, and the other is a character called ‘Hina.
It is pretty obvious right off the bat that Hina is actually a copy of the character in Thief. They share the same appearance, play the same way, and have the same voice. It is also pretty obvious from the story that the two characters are actually related.