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Submitted by matgrowcott 814d ago | news

Death Inc. Resurrected Despite Kickstarter Disappointment

Death Inc., the rather lovely looking strategy game from Ambient Studios, has managed to find life after Kickstarter. The innovative title from a developer consisting of the people behind LittleBigPlanet, Burnout and Fable failed to scrape together even half of the $300,000 they needed from the crowd funding site, but have announced today that the game will be released anyway. And the good news? If you pre-purchase, you'll be able to play the alpha version of the game right now. (Death Inc., PC)

Rockefellow  +   814d ago
I didn't really pay much attention to this, but I remember reading, on multiple different websites, that this game was remarkably similar to a handful of iOS and PC titles already out. Someone cited a specific iPhone game (I don't know what it was, as I don't own one) that was essentially identical to this new game, with the flashy art style the only thing differentiating this title.

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