There's no time to explain why this game's available now - destructoid

There's no time to explain why this game's available now

3:00 AM on 08.16.2011


For an indie game, No Time to Explain generated a good bit of buzz and said title is available for purchase as of right now.  What's more the launch trailer promises that those of you who purchase it will get access to Season 2 in December for free.

tinyBuild Games has some work to do their product yet.  They're looking into releasing it on digital platforms like Steam and are tweaking the Mac and Linux versions for release.  Still, you PC gamers out there with a flair for indie can buy it right now for 10 bucks.




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