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The the last Kickstarter game project we featured was sadly not successful and with only 11 days to go it doesn’t look too good for Data Dealer either. But this HTML5 and CC-by-SA licensed game project comes with a pretty cool idea and is quite playable already.
It centers around the idea that services like Facebook & Google really arn’t in the business of bringing you a good service (aka “If you are not paying for it, you’re not the customer; you’re the product being sold”) and makes a ironic game out of that.
Here is game-play trailer to give you an better idea:
Or try the current demo on their webpage.
Now of course as we have all recently learned (or at least got confirmation about), the reality is even more twisted than just the private business side of things. But over the revelations of the mass surveillance by the NSA & Co., we should still not forget that all those big internet companies arn’t victims by far either.
P.S.: My best wishes go out to Mr. Snowden! You are a hero of our generation.
While the recent new release of Cube2: Sauerbraten didn’t bring any really big changes, the network of friendly forks keeps expanding. But before I go into more details, here is a new feature trailer of Cube2: Sauerbraten:
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Octaforge still has a few day to go in order to avoid missing their estimated release “this month”, but when browsing OpenGameArt.org, I came across an interesting fork of the Sandbox Game Maker fork, called Lamiae with the RPG game Kelgar:
According to their github page, content seems to be libre (CC-by or CC-by-SA) but information is a bit scarce. Even less information is available for this other fork, called SabiCube, but you can download and test their alpha.
Ok… I hope that is all… if you know of other interesting Cube2 powered projects, please comment below!