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Submitted by HundredProofSam 484d ago | news

Unrest: RPG set in ancient India meets Kickstarter funding goal within 24 hours

Unrest, the new RPG from Prodactyl Games, has surpassed its Kickstarter funding goal in less than 24 hours.

At the time of writing, Unrest has received funding of $5,744 from 334 backers; that’s nearly double the modest $3,000 funding goal.

Unrest is an unconventional RPG based in ancient India that revolves heavily around its story. It promises a detailed conversation system and gameplay where violence has consequences.. (PC, Unrest)

vishmarx  +   484d ago
seems interesting....is it about those mythos?
btw this this kickstarter business is getting a liitle too popular ..then again just 3000 lol
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