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Submitted by kragg 1125d ago | review

Splitkick - Thomas Was Alone Review

Splitkick: It’s getting easier to pin the tail on the indie game donkey. Between Kickstarter and hugely successful pay-what-you-want bundle schemes, the indie game scene has arguably never been busier or more profitable. I’m used to the days when people still used the term shareware; a time when providing free downloads was the only way to get your project out there. Having lived through that, having put games out myself (albeit, not necessarily ones worthy of much attention), I’m happy that indie developers can make some cash these days. (PC, Thomas Was Alone) 5/10

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