Indie Adventure Game Project37 Heads To Kickstarter Gamer

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Running on the Unity engine, indie developer Nuriz Entertainment has announced their game Project37 that is said to take both Kickstarter and the industry by storm. Of course, that should be taken with a grain of salt, even if it’s taking a fresh step with its gameplay and story.

That’s right, indie developer Nuriz Entertainment hopes to take Kickstarter by storm with their latest game Project37, which is what was said on their main site. Although it only has 23 days left to go as of this writing, it only pulled in $257 out of its main goal of $3,000. With only 18 backers so far, its run may not be so great, but on the bright side many seem to like the concept.

Speaking of the design and concept of Project37, the devs note that it’s still in its early stages of development. With that said, not much is really known about the game or its mechanics, which brings me to something that I always believe when a game goes up on Kickstarer or any other platform, you want to show and tell gamers what the game has to offer, and if it’s not merit, then expect it to travel at a slug’s pace.

In addition to this, the only thing that was said about the project is that it’s not a walking simulator but a game reaching to show players where A.I.s could be if they weren’t on a technological leash. You can read the description below.

It is said in the latest video trailer that it will be an adventure sci-fi mystery game, which could be interesting if done right. If you want to check out the latest video that RW Bivins posted to his YouTube channel showing early footage of the game, you can watch it below.

For those that are interested in backing this project or Projoct37, then you can head on over to Kickstarter to show some love to the devs work. Or if you want, you can head on over to nurviz.com to learn more about Nuriz Entertainment and Project37.

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