Having previously supported titles like Monaco, The Swapper, and Antichamber, the Indie Fund has proven itself as a suitable curator of high-quality, interesting independent titles. While we were already keeping an eye on self-described musical exploration game FRACT OSC, hearing that the group will offer financial support to developer Phosfiend Systems is indeed reassuring.
The end result for us players is that FRACT is safely on track for a 2013 release across Windows and Mac. If you've seen what this game is shaping up to be -- it's not too late to peruse the official website, by the way -- you know there's good cause to be excited for this one. You like Tron, Myst, and synthesizers? How about all of those, mashed together?
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