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Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake is not as simple as it looks


10:00 AM on 04.19.2014



Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake saw success on Kickstarter, and it's coming along nicely as evidence by our interview at PAX East. It looks super cute and simplistic, but there's way more depth than you'd imagine here.

A deep story, lots of Super Nintendo RPG era influences, and a soundtrack by Disasterpeace that you know by default will just be great. Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake is coming to the PC and mobile devices in June.








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