Three anthro-oriented games that you might have missed… A big problem in the “Kickstart your Indie Video Game” world—as covered in A No-Name Developer’s Guide to Succeeding on Kickstarter—is that the indie market is frankly saturated. Lots of titles to play, not enough time to play them, let’s not even talk about how money enters ..
An MMORPG land of predators, prey, and hidden magic… Isles of Eventide Kickstarter ending 2/8/15 Conceptually, I love a non-anthro MMORPG. They’re works of art–by their nature and the “dolly dress-up” functionality of the MMO genre they encourage a riot of complex fur design and species twiddling that they become more of a visual collage ..
Explore a virtual world of magic, strange gods, and clashing cultures in what may turn out to be the definitive furry video game experience… Antilia Kickstarter ending 1/28/14 Note: I’m linking the graphics in this article to their originals, so click around. The original illustrations are much stronger than the thumbnails here! Once in a ..