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Buckshot Roulette hit a million sales, multiplayer mode in development

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It just goes to show, that as challenging as it is for indie devs right now, there's still a whole lot of success stories. Buckshot Roulette is the latest to hit over a million sales.

Previously available via itch.io, it recently jumped over to Steam with a big update and clearly caught the attention of a lot of players thanks to its dark and intriguing game idea where you play Russian roulette with a 12-gauge shotgun. There's over 12,000 user reviews on Steam now giving it an Overwhelmingly Positive rating.

You won't see many games that get user reviews like "Dealer handcuffed me then shot himself in the head twice.", and that's a pretty accurate summary of how nuts this title is. With a multiplayer mode in development right now, no doubt when that releases the game will see another big uptick in players.

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I think this goes to show that there's clearly a place for all types of games. From AAA chasing ever more realistic looking environments and people, to smaller stranger games like this.

Wonderful to see Godot Engine games gain such popularity. Be sure to follow our Godot Engine tag for more!

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Viesta2015 Apr 17
Oh yeah if you check in the announcements in their discord they made 2 wallpapers for wallpaper engine if anyone's curious. :)
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