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Submitted by IanDeMartino 457d ago | news

What Happens if Master Chief had to save Mushroom Kingdom? GameStar looks to tell the story.

A new project has appeared on that “other” crowd surfing site, IndieGoGo, called GameStar, and it looks to be something we have never seen before. GameStar follows a space pilot who lands on the planet where “videogames are born” and finds himself, and his ship, going through a transformation, it becomes pixelated, as he approaches the planet. On this planet the protagonist will go through several transformations, essentially causing the game to become several different games, each from a different time period in gaming history. (Android, Gamestar, iPad, iPhone, PC)

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