It was the end of March when I saw Dead Synchronicity on Kickstarter, a great-looking science-fiction adventure game with heavy horror and dystopic themes.
I've played the demo which is built on the alpha version of the game and found it works just fine and delivers some good point-'n'-click gameplay. However, their Kickstarter is hovering just over the 50 percent with only eight days to go.
I think it'd be sad if Fictiorama Games didn't hit its fairly modest target of $45,000 -- that's speaking both as a fan of adventure games and as someone who's keen to see more games coming from outside the usual UK/USA/Japan studios. Even if the Kickstarter isn't successful, it would be great to see a publisher step in and make this game happen.
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