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Dyscourse's bonus story is a who's who of indie devs

10:15 AM on 11.18.2013  ·  Darren Nakamura@Dexter345
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Tim Schafer, Edmund McMillen, Rami Ismail, Adam Saltsman, and more

Progress on Dyscourse has been moving along, though perhaps a bit slowly. The Kickstarter campaign is about one-third funded with 18 days remaining. Hoping to spark some more interest in the project, developer Owlchemy Labs has announced the Indie Plane Crash, an additional story featuring ten independent game developers.

The ten personalities to be included are Tim Schafer (Psychonauts), Edmund McMillen (Super Meat Boy), Phil Tibitoski (Octodad), Alexander Bruce (Antichamber), Ron Carmel (World of Goo), Robin Hunicke (Journey), Ichiro Lambe (AaAaAA!), Adam Saltsman (Canabalt), Will Stallwood (Auditorium), and Rami Ismail (Ridiculous Fishing).

The best part about this addition is that it is neither a backer exclusive reward nor a stretch goal. Should Dycourse be funded, it will be included in all copies of the game.

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