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Copod, A Roguelite Game Of Survival As A Tiny Creature

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Copod is a roguelite where you have to survive as a small creature in a strange world. All you want is to find a flower to impress your mate so you can continue to the next generation, but there are many other creatures that are in your way. Find eggs to hatch fellow Copods to help you out or sacrifice them for more health. Kill and scavenge for varied powers that you give you a temporary abilities and get evolutions to improve your odds of survival.

Games like this show why I love indie developers, they aren't afraid to be really out-there and be different. This game looks like a mix between different styles of games and I cannot wait to try it.

They also wish to get onto Steam, so give them a vote a greenlight if you like it.

What do you think to it folks? It's only $5 right now on IndieGameStand. Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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potatopete 25 Mar, 2014
Like the look off this, been over to Steam to give it the Greenlight thumbs up :)
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