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WW1 top-down survival horror 'CONSCRIPT' gets a Kickstarter extension

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Currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter, the promising looking top-down WW1 survival horror CONSCRIPT has been granted an extension to their campaign. Originally due to finish on July 16, they've now got until July 23 to hit the $30,000 Australian dollars (about £16,559) goal.

"During the First World War, a lone French soldier must navigate twisted trenches, scavenge for limited supplies and solve complex puzzles - all whilst fighting for survival in the midst of mankind’s most brutal and horrifying conflict."

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The developer has confirmed to GOL that while the demo doesn't support Linux, they fully plan to support it with the proper full game. Their Kickstarter FAQ is very clearly on the platform support too:

Until release, I am focusing primarily on bringing the game to PC (Windows, Mac, Linux).

Given the setting and one that's not usually explored in this way, I'm personally hoping it succeeds. Looks like it could be thoroughly interesting and a little scary to play through.

Follow and back it on Kickstarter with about 10 days left to gather ~$9K AUD and Steam.

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Drakker 13 Jul, 2020
The theme alone makes it worthwhile in my opinion. Kickstarted it without even trying the demo, but I did attend the first dev stream afterwards and he seems like a nice guy dedicated to his game. I really hope this gets funded!


Last edited by Drakker on 13 July 2020 at 10:46 am UTC
Purple Library Guy 14 Jul, 2020
I like the way he phrased it. Someone who understands that Windows and Linux both run on PCs.
Phlebiac 14 Jul, 2020
razing32 14 Jul, 2020
I backed this one as well
Hope it comes out (on Linux)
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