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A Small Favor Kickstarter

Here's a Kickstarter for A Small Favor, a proposed 2D side-scrolling sci-fi adventure game developer ClickShake Games says will be reminiscent of LucasArts' hand-drawn classics. This will be loosely based on their browser-based game of the same name, which can be found here, but word is the downloadable version "will have an expanded storyline, improved artwork, and hours of new gameplay." They seek $30K to fund the game, which they plan to release this September for Windows and OS X. Here's word:

A Small Favor is a hand-drawn, 2D adventure that combines the gritty, futuristic setting of Full Throttle and Beneath a Steel Sky with the side scrolling sci-fi exploration of Another World. The game’s alien hero—a laser-gun wielding mercenary indentured to a ruthless gangster—craves a new life but is too deep in debt to pursue it. His luck appears to change when he stumbles upon the chance for a fresh start in exchange for just one small favor… but as he soon learns, a small favor can quickly become a big one. With a focus on story, exploration, and creative puzzle solving, the gameplay will rely on wit and lateral thinking—not the usual “try this on everything” inventory pitfalls that haunt the adventure genre.

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