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This looks absolutely brilliant. Oddventure is an upcoming adventure RPG from Infamous Rabbit and Pineapple Works that follows a girl trapped in a cursed fairy-tale world.

"Oddventure is a JRPG about the misadventures of Charlie - a nihilistic and rebellious teenage girl with anger issues and social awkwardness. Charlie searches for her troublesome brother Bonzo and ultimately for a way back home. The setting is the Kingdom of Luxia, a land straight from original Grimm Brothers’ fairy tales with a dark, Nietzschean twist."

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It's currently crowdfunding on Kickstarter, with a goal of €20,000 they need to hit by June 5. I'll be massively surprised if something that looks this good doesn't get funded. Looks like it's off to a good start with over €3,000 pledged less than an hour after launch. For Linux fans, it's good news too as they're supporting "PC (Windows, Mac & Linux) and Nintendo Switch" with it being "actively developing and testing the game on all platforms".

Features:

  • Meaningful choices – EVERY decision matters, sometimes in the most unpredictable ways.
  • The friendly RPG where nobody has to die... but can. In a horrible way.
  • Unique and EMOTIONAL turn based combat system with cursed-image-like enemies.
  • Countless hidden secrets, references to pop culture and fairy tales.
  • MEDIEVAL FURRIES?!
  • Frog milk as a currency.
  • Bitter-sweet comedy mixed with some coziness and dark humor.
  • Dope and climatic OST.
  • A life changing gaming experience.

You can fund it on Kickstarter and follow on Steam.

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Enkhiel 6 May
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