We interrupt our regular (lazy) update schedule to feature a project by some fellow indie artists. My best friend Justin Livi recently cofounded a video game development studio called Tribitech, which today launched a Kickstarter to fund the development of their first game.
I’ve seen some early alpha builds of the game, and I can say with confidence (and without the slightest bias) that it’s going to be as awesome as it is unique. The game design combines elements I’ve never seen together before, the presentation is gorgeous, and the story is subversive without being obtrusive or overly serious. Also, every donation gets a personalized thank-you video:
I’ve known Justin since we were in diapers, and the other people in the company are super rad. They’re also much better at promotion than I am, so I see no reason why this shouldn’t take off. Go donate to the project, and you’ll get eternal bragging rights when the game is a huge success.
This entry was posted on 9 August, 2012 by Evan Fuller. It was filed under Uncategorized and was tagged with advertising, donate, funding, game, how to publish, indie, indie author, just do it, Justin Livi, Kickstarter, marketing tips, money, promotion, promotion tips, Tribitech, video games.