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The Monday Musing - The 3 most interesting mobile games on KickStarter right now

By , on September 18, 2017
Last modified 1 month ago

Do you remember when Kickstarter was heralded as the future of game funding? That didn't really pan out did it? But that doesn't mean that there aren't still some excellent games on the service that are looking for funding.

And since it's Monday, I thought I'd have a muse about three of them that look particularly promising. There's a big mix of styles here, and there might be something that you fancy throwing some monies at. I don't mind, that's up to you, it's your money.

To break with tradition, you can click on the emboldened names of the games below to head on over to their KS pages. And if you've got your own suggestions about what people should be crowdfunding, feel free to stick them in the comments section at the bottom of this hot-take content. Peace out.

Enter the Reveries

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This one's a platformer with one of the most interesting art-styles I've seen for a long while. It's described as a living painting, and you can sort of see why. Apparently it's going to have 24 different worlds to explore, each based on different visual looks. And it's about misery spreading through a village of clowns. What's not to like about that?

Geodventure

Imagine Pokemon GO, but with a focus on exploring the world around you instead of capturing small imaginary creatures. This is an AR app that takes you on tours through different places in the world. There are time limits, mysteries, and by the looks of the trailer an awful lot of running up steps. If AR's the future of everything, then this could well be a step in the right direction.

SimPro Football

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Who doesn't love a good simulation game? I don't know, probably a lot of people, but let's not be defeatist here shall we? This one sees you running your own American Football team. Build up a squad of legends, get your hands dirty when it comes to the nitty gritty of the actual games, and train up your players to take on the best in the world.


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