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Submitted by MissKitteh 263d ago | news

Indie Pleas: Indie game crowd funding roundup for July 26, 2013

indiePub has published its weekly look at new and notable crowd funding efforts by indie game developers.

This week’s Indie Pleas include: Candle, an adventure game using light as a mechanic; Chroma Squad, where you manage your own Sentai TV show; Insignificant, an open-world RPG in your own backyard; Collateral, a cyberpunk vehicular combat game; and 7 Days to Die, a zombie survival game with voxel graphics. (7 Days to Die, Android, Candle, Chroma Squad, iPhone, Mobile, PC, Tangiers)

phantomexe  +   264d ago
These are some really cool projects but i'd like to see them put up a goal for WiiU and PS4. I'd put money down if they did.
gamer42  +   264d ago
Candle put in a WiiU and 'Next Gen' (PS4, Xbox one) stretch goals, but the WiiU goal is more than twice the initial goal and Next Gen Goal is even more.

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