Starmaker: Hamlet Choose-Your-Own-Adventure
, by Ryan North and a whole bunch of awesome comics artists (Kate Beaton, Zach Weiner, Ethan Nicolle, Kazu Kibuishi, Matthew Inman to mention just a few).
25 days to go and already at 127/20k, posting it here as a PSA.
Also unlike Shakespeare I didn't skip over the pirate scene in Hamlet. You get to fight PIRATES. With SWORDS. And yes OF COURSE you can choose which body part you cut off. Why would you write a book where you can't do that is my question. Starmaker:
Looks like fun, he's playing with the backers in the updates section.
Care for a different indie adventure game? Richard & Alice
- ends Dec. 23
Created by games journalists Lewis Denby (Eurogamer) and Ashton Raze (The Telegraph).
It's about two prisoners in a non-conventional prison.
No voice acting and no impressive visuals, but the story is quite original.
There are links to previews and an interview with the creators on the main page - check them out.
It's also on Steam Greenlight - link also on the front page.
It's a flexible campaign, but it's half-way there and has another 27 days to go.