The lights are on
If you like strategy titles and sticking it to The Man then this new PC/mobile game might be right up your tear gassed alley.
Ex-Valve employee Leonard Mechiari has put together a small team of people to work on this game, which aims to encapsulate the conflict that happens when public discontent boils over into the streets. What makes this game really intrigue is that it's supposedly based on real events. Riot is looking for funding via crowd-funding agency Indiegogo and currently aims to release on PC, Mac, iOS, Android, Ouya. This might be a title worth keeping an eye on.
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Looks like this will be worth a download :D
I am intrigue
You dont see a lot of highly originial games like this anymore, i hope GI does a review on it. I also wish they included a price.
Hmm... Looks interesting enough.
This actually looks really cool.
Oh my gosh I want this!
wow! this looks great!
Nice idea. Hopefully it gets enough funding.
Yeah, this looks pretty cool.
Hahah that's interesting.
yearofthebow is up against yearofcivilunrest apparently...
I really like the fact that you choose either side. I hope two sides play very differently to give them their distinct flavor.
Looks pretty interesting. "In a time in history, when all rights are lost" is a pretty relevant subject for today's world it seems, especially in the US. I did notice some "gay rights" flags among some members of the pixelated crowd, though I doubt people would honestly riot over the issue, not even mentioning the fact that there aren't any rights already in place to take away from the issue. If there is going to be massive civil unrest in the US in the coming months (which the fed's obviously think there will be), there will be swarms of citizens fighting police and perhaps even soldiers NOT for silly things like visitation rights at a hospital, but for huge issues like the constitutional right to bear arms and also the fact that the economy is still in the dumps. Regardless, I'll probably be playing this if I'm not participating myself in the upcoming Second American Revolution. :)
It looks intrigue.