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Indie Fund shows support for Antichamber


9:30 PM on 04.03.2012
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The next independent game to gain backing from the Indie Fund is none other than Antichamber. Consider this yet another in a long line of impressive pre-release accomplishments for designer Alexander Bruce. Thankfully, we finally got around to meeting up with him to play the game and can report this good news without feeling totally guilty.

With support from the Indie Fund, Bruce will be able to retain his sanity while putting the finishing touches on Antichamber as it is prepared for release on Steam later this year. I strongly encourage PAX East attendees to try it and all of the other titles on display at the Indie Megabooth.

In my experience, it's almost always the games from smaller teams that are the highlight of PAX, and I suspect this batch will be no exception.








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