A few minutes into learning about Giant Enemy Crab's Due Processfor the first time and all I can think to myself is "How am I only now hearing about this?!"
It's a game built on the shoulders of Rainbow Six and SWAT in which players "draw up a plan John Madden-style" before initiating an assault on the defending team. The lo-fi aesthetic isn't much to look at it, but I feel that art direction works for a game like this -- feels more approachable.
The studio has been selected by the Indie Fund to receive financial support for further development of Due Process, which is how I learned of its existence. Indies helping indies.
If you're remotely interested in tactical shooters, be sure to watch this old-but-still-good video.
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