Team of Indie Game Developers Launches Crowdfunding Campaign for “Idle Killer”

Released on: September 03, 2014, 1:18 pm (EDT)
Industry: Entertainment

Aalborg, Denmark, September 03, 2014 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Six gentlemen of varying backgrounds and locations, have joined together to develop an indie game by the name of Idle Killer. It is a story-driven Idle Game, with comic style GFX. Idle Killer also features a black, female protagonist, which has been rarely seen, though frequently called for. The graphics are very unique and impressive for a game of this genre. Koi Turnbull (USA), the main illustrator, has illustrated for both Marvel and DC Comics in the past.

In Idle Killer, gamers play a female soldier named Boatema, who has been an active militia member since her childhood, who grew to become a cold-blooded warrior due to a life of pain and misery. Gamers will experience the story of Boatema’s life right along with her and get to seek vengeance and set things right for her too. Perhaps the best part of all is that the game will be completely free to play.

Funders will not only have the chance to contribute to this worthy project, but will also receive some unique and not often seen rewards in the process. Rewards include getting your name mentioned within the game, having your own private jet, named after you, which everyone playing will be able to see, and the most impressive package is the $400 donation level, which entitles you to work with the main illustrator to produce an illustration and game content made specifically for you.

If these benefits, and so many more, sound good to you, please check out the project at Indiegogo. Some rewards are very limited, so grab them now before someone else does. This is a perfect opportunity to be part of a good cause and help make an awesome game free for players, not to mention the 10% lifetime donations, from profits, to charities.

Contact-Details: Jorn Holm

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