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Author: Germ
Posted: April 23, 2015 (07:44 PM)
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This really looks like it's up my alley, but it is something I've never heard of before. Thanks for your review, it's definitely on my radar now!

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Author: pickhut
Posted: April 23, 2015 (11:03 PM)
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Thanks for reading! To be honest, this almost completely slipped my radar also. The only reason I knew of its existence was because the game was being promoted on Aqua Kitty's Steam updates corner due to one of the guys being involved with both games. I'm REALLY glad I held off playing the game until now, as I wanted to play it after finishing my Aqua Kitty review, but I had other things in mind at the time. Unfortunately, it really does seem like an under the radar release, as the game's leaderboards doesn't have that many players listed (I think under 200), and the dev even stated sales weren't great.

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