An old-school 2D graphic adventure featuring space-time distortions, a dystopian atmosphere... and a dark, bloodstained plot.

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2D Point and click adventure "Dead Sycnchronicity: Tomorrow comes Today" hits Kickstarter and Steam Greenlight!

Posted by fictiorama on Mar 12th, 2014

We have just launched both Kickstarter and Steam Greenlight campaigns for our 2D point and click graphic adventure game “Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow comes Today.


Steam Greenlight:

From today and until April 12th, we will attempt to reach the US $45,000 we need to finish our game.

Furthermore...we have released a public alpha demo, available both at Kickstarter and our new site:

That's not all: both backers and everyone who spreads the word about any of the campaigns (and let us know about it) will gain access to the extended demo, much longer than the standard one.

Help us spreading the word and make our adventure come true! :D

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Hezus Mar 13 2014, 1:49am says:

Looks interesting! Voted :)

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fictiorama Mar 17 2014, 7:41pm replied:

Thanks a lot @Hezus! With your help, we'll be able to make it!

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simplysh Mar 13 2014, 5:24am says:

I'm loving this!

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fictiorama Author
fictiorama Mar 17 2014, 7:41pm replied:

Thanks so much @symplysh! Let's keep spreading the word! :D

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Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today
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