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JForce: Unstoppable  



JForce: Unstoppable is the "Best Indie Game EVER"


3:45 PM on 10.14.2011



Self-aggrandizing statements aside, JForce Games is certainly ambitious. The five man development team have been hard at work for the past four years and are finally gearing up for a release of their eponymous top-down shooter in 2012. Bursting at the seams with content, JForce: Unstoppable is said to include online co-op, deathmatch, capture the flag, a level editor, endless survival mode, and even fully animated cutscenes -- courtesy of Metal Gear Awesome animator Egoraptor.

In addition to all that content, the game is planned for virtually every platform you can imagne: 360, PC, Mac, iOS, Android, and Windows Phone. If you're interested in supporting the Dallas-based developer or getting in on their beta (whenever that happens), just head over to their Kickstarter page and make a donation. JForce: Unstoppable looks like a really exciting project, but I can't help but feel like they might be biting off more than they can chew. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.








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