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Bravada Now Available On Steam & It's Great

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Bravada is a game we showed you a little while ago, and we were surprised at how good it was! It's now on Steam, so if you missed it before now is better than ever.

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You play a young beardless dwarf who dreams about adventures and heroic deeds. Usually dwarves have beards, but for some mystical reasons beard of our hero is not grows. So he decide to make a journey with his friend the bat to solve this problem. During the game you control a group of units each with its own specialties and features. Units can get levels and transform into other forms by your choice. Combats is turn based but fast due to clever control system.

They even feature text from our review on their Steam store page. That was fun to see and I think that might be a first for us!

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Mohandevir 25 Aug, 2014
Liam... Back in action?
oldrocker99 26 Aug, 2014
I posted this on the "Is this game really as badly translated as it looks in the screenshots?" thread for the game:

English is the second-hardest second language to learn, after Turkish. Ever since Facebook, I've seen native English-speaking people making some truly egregious spelling and grammatical errors (Libety Or Tranny?). I cut non-native English speakers a lot of slack, personally.

nil_a, I don't think you were being abusive as the thread title cited above would indicate; you're just pointing out correctable spelling errors to some people from Ukraine, for whom English is definitely a second language.
oldrocker99 26 Aug, 2014
Yeah, I saw a video of a guy angrily saying to another man, "This is California! Speak Spanish!"

It was presented as a joke...
Cimeryd 27 Aug, 2014
I don't know. To me it seems native speakers are the ones who struggle most with the common mistakes of written English. Things like confusing "there", "they're" and "their", or even confusing "of" with "a". It seems to me that people who learn English as a second language learn written English first and spoken English second, but native speakers learn have trouble separating similar sounding words when they write them down.
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