Interactive Fiction Game Southern Monsters Now on Kickstarter

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If you’re a fan of Kickstarter games then you may have heard rumblings about Southern Monsters last year. The crowdfunding campaign is now live and asking for $8,000 in funding from now until February 25.

The game itself situates itself in nearly modern Arkansas where a teen must deal with the mysteries surrounding a monster. Despite being called a work of interactive fiction, Southern Monsters features artwork to modernize it.

Even if you can’t help fund the game, there’s still a way to aid the developer. The Steam Greenlight page for Southern Monsters is live now and looking for votes.

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