How about we try a header image for a change of pace? Perhaps your eye-lasers will find that more appealing?
And here I thought I did not care - yet I am here still. Alive. Suspect. And realizing how a blockchain works for the first time. It is mirrors. The answer is always mirrors. Or magnets.
In any case, let us spy through the looking-glass for more scrumptious, succulent, moist crowdfunding projects.
Forgotten Hymns #1-2 (Modern comic on Lovecraftian horror) - 113% Funded
Here, we have Lovecraftian horror drawn through the lens of a modern noir. Scintillating blood. Titillating mystery. How can one resist the pull to the darkest sections of our reality? Especially when it is drawn!
Billed as a mixture between True Detective and Lovecraft Country, I would also throw in just a shade of Preacher influence. Perhaps it's the close faces with very visible distress, or the distinct, pronounced panel art. It is most certainly in part the unrestrained horror against an "almighty-adjacent" creature. Plus, there is a better than nothing chance that Cthulhu will make an appearance. Once he wraps his work on the Friends reunion show.
Forgotten Hymns looks hot and spicy for the horror crowd. If you are a card-carrying member of said crowd, then this is a tentacle you'll want to hold tight to.
Pocket Bravery (Smaller fighters, modern streets fighting video game) - 20% Funded
Do you recall when you were younger? You had just kicked your friend out of your house for cheating in Super Mario World and you said to yourself, "Man, would I be playing some Street Fighter II right now if the characters were smaller, differently skinned, and fought against smoother 2D backgrounds...."
Yes, Belinda "My friends call me Linda" McCormick, I'm talking to you. Pocket Bravery shall be your jam, thirty years later.
Pocket Bravery does the bestest thing you can do as a crowd-funded project: show you the project. There is an available demo where you can feel the power in your dusty old joystick again. Look, there just aren't that many fighting games any more. You know it, I know it, and the jerky fighting game people know it. I admire the studio seeing that and filling the hole with passion.
Pocket passion does indeed take bravery. Thus, Pocket Bravery. I...should not work in marketing.
Elementallis (So-Zelda-it-hurts adventure game) - 406% Funded
Time and history have shown that when the world needs a Zelda and Nintendo is busy making some new, weirdly-awkward toy, the indie market will abide.
Elementallis is a new adventure swirling around the elements.The world looks alive with pixels sharp enough to end the world, apparently. That's right, you suck as a hero. This is true to life. As only about 1 percent of all humanity would do, you then take up the mission to set things right. Instead of just saying "Sorry lol". What a true hero.
The music is particularly catchy with beats such as beep-bop-bo-beep and beepbeepbeep-bo-bo-bo. I kid - the music does sound particularly fantastic. Best of all, there is a demo. Try the demo. Become one with the demo. Pass your judgement upon the demo.
For me, Elementallis feels worthy for those that want the Zelda style without the 6-8 year wait between new Zelda sightings.