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Dead Cyborg launches, pay what you want for it


8:40 AM on 07.26.2011
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Endre Barath has released the first episode of his indie project, Dead Cyborg. It's a first-person exploration game that's also a text adventure. With surprisingly good graphics and intriguing gameplay, it's worth looking into. 

Dead Cyborg follows the increasingly popular pay-what-you-want business model. You can download it for free, but if you'd like to give Endre some money in exchange for the game, feel free to do so. It's been out for a while, and I wouldn't have even heard of it were it not for Rock, Paper, Shotgun, so check it out and see if it deserves your support. 

It's funny how PC gaming is considered to be all about bigger upgrades and more graphics. When I think of computer gaming, I think of games like this -- projects you'd just never get on a console.

Download Dead Cyborg for free right here.






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