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As a huge fan of strategy games, Extinction Protocol has caught my eye. Using a stylish and minimalist visual style, it gives off a very alluring atmosphere.

You'll master the physical controls and explore the wasteland shrouded in clouds for resources. You'll build and defend your shelter against assaults of old war machinery and ultimately push forward to destroy their base.

Inspired by titles such as Kingdom: Classic, Dungeon of the Endless or Darkest Dungeon that pioneered new and streamlined types of experiences, we invite you to push the genre stereotypes together.

Planned to release for Linux, developer Drawblack is currently running a Kickstarter campaign with a goal of $20,000. They have until August 28th to hit their target, with a quarter of that goal already met. I will be shocked if this isn't funded, just look at this:

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I will admit to being totally in love with both the style and the sound of the gameplay on this. The further I scrolled down on the Kickstarter, the larger my smile grew. It's not often that I analyse every sentence of a Kickstarter campaign! Every enemy a threat? A modular and physical building system? Persistent progression? I need to play this.

You can find out more on the Kickstarter and also wishlist/follow it on Steam. They do plan to release across Steam, GOG and Humble Store.

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Purple Library Guy 29 Jul, 2019
Definitely stylish. I kept flashing on those momentary scenes from the future in Terminator 2 with the machines attacking.
razing32 30 Aug, 2019
Update:
Kickstarter failed
Devs said in a statement ot backers that they were working on a demo before launching a new campaign
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