That affinity system looks pretty deep. Love how this guy seems pumped to play his own game still, good stuff.
Surprised I hadn't heard of this yet too, 1000 people playing right now and it has great reviews. Looks really interesting.
Sweet, would love 10 codes for this game :D
Down with p2w and ads for mobile! Glad to support devs like that.
I always find myself losing a lot of time with indie games, I could see these 2 being one of them. Lovin' the looks of both.
Is that pic of people watching/playing the game? If so I really wanna try it, they couldn't look more interested.
Looks pretty cool, my son is certainly interested.
I could really use one of them bundles, or a gc.
Yeah it is. Gotta have something in a kickstarter that is a good sell and that video is def one. That guy is so creepy. Loving that art style, really lends itself well to dystopia.
Kinda reminds me of Tomorrow Children too, but most people haven't played that yet. Procedural survival game with lots of joy? Sign me up.
Man, those faces are creepy. I like that last answer.
My body is ready
Awesome stuffs! IGM steppin it up this year.
Ahhh snap, I don't really need one of those, but I sure do want it!
Nice! Loved last year and it's great to get some money in some needy hands. 13.5k is no joke for smaller studios. Nice sponsors too!
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That's exactly how I feel about Mobile/F2P games. I will gladly pay if you don't make me and I like the game. If the game isn't good or they force the micro-transactions on me then I'm out. If I'm enjoying a game then the people that made it deserve my money.
Pretty sure Ubi knows they dun goofed a lot lately, hope/bet they try and make up for it somehow.
Reminded me of Brink and wasn't surprised that they also made it. Feels very similar. Just kind of felt generic and samey (apparently a real word?). I really don't see a reason to play it over much more polished shooters that do the same things and more. It was just okay, but I'll keep playing it from time to time to see how it moves along.
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