Dead Synchronicity Kickstarter Campaign Enters the Final Stretch

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Fictiorama Studios’ Kickstarter campaign for point and click adventure Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today has just four days left on the clock and the game, planned for PC/Mac/Linux and iOS, still has quite a ways to go in order to reach its minimum funding goal, sitting on a little under $30k of the needed $45k.

Dead Synchronicity is a dark, mature adventure game with a distinct graphic novel aesthetic and a dystopian sci-fi plot about a man who wakes up with strange powers and a blank memory in a world gone to shit after the sudden occurrence of a catastrophe known as the Great Wave leaves mankind battling a deadly pandemic. The trailers below provide a clear picture of the game’s tone and storyline, but if you have a moment to spare give the extended alpha demo a download to experience a small portion of Fictiorama’s gritty tale firsthand. If you dig old school adventure games, Dead Synchronicity is a project that demands your attention and possibly a pledge of support.

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