Choice Chamber by OneMrBean

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*** Michael is currently LIVE on Twitch for the first 48 hours of the campaign! Come chat with him and vote on how he spends his time *** Choice Chamber is a game that allows an audience of any size to play along with someone through an endless series of dangerous chambers. Players constantly give feedback that changes how the game evolves in real time, from power ups and enemies to obstacles and rule changes.Choice Chamber is designed to be played while being streamed live to Twitch.tv. As you stream the game on your channel, anyone watching can participate in the game simply by typing in the chat box. A series of polls  ask viewers to vote on certain aspects that alter the game's progression in real time, or viewers…
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THE DEAD – An Indie Horror Comic by James Maddox

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The goal of this Kickstarter is to fund the production of a full-length graphic novel. Pages from THE DEAD SYNOPSISWhen Sam opens his eyes after dying, he expects to see heavenly clouds or hellfire. What he’s faced with instead is “The House” – a surreal and often-dangerous afterlife of interconnected rooms. As Sam travels deeper into this new world, he finds the strange creators of these rooms aren’t the only residents of The House. Here there be monsters, and if he isn’t careful, Sam’s stay will take a horrible turn.Need more? How about some Buzzwords(!): Indie Horror, Action/Adventure in Dreams, Surreal Fantasy, Meta-Narrative, Intriguingly Creepy, Vertigo-esque, Haunting and Macabre, Cosmicly Solid (Okay, we're just making stuff up now...)  GOALSIndie comics are labors of love that defy mainstream expectations for storytelling, style,…
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Super Adventure Mega Quest by Soler Pictures Inc.

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We started this journey with a simple dream. To create a love song to the history of video games by combining the graphics of every generation. We also wanted to offer console quality controls on touch screen devices, without the use of a D-Pad. The title says it all. Super Adventure Mega Quest combines elements from numerous classic titles into one vision. With our new control scheme we've dubbed 'D-Padless', you can finally experience perfect platforming on a touch screen device. In a far away world, not unlike our own, lied a happy planet. It was filled with creatures who all lived in harmony. Unless they were eating each other. Suddenly and without warning, a dark being who hated all things, de-pixalated the world. Reducing it to a monochrome nightmare.…
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NELL SHIPMAN:GIRL FROM GOD’S COUNTRY FILM by Karen Day

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DOES ANGELINA JOLIE KNOW NELL SHIPMAN WAS THE FIRST ACTION-ADVENTURE HEROINE IN FILM...?Probably not--but neither do most people!  Silent film writer, director, and star, Nell Shipman came to Idaho’s Priest Lake from Hollywood in 1921 with her 10-year-old son, her ill-fated lover-producer, a future Academy Award-winning cinematographer (Joseph Walker) and a personal zoo of 70 animal actors that included bobcats, bears, elk, eagles, deer and sled dogs. She was the first of her kind, a female independent filmmaker who did her own stunts, refuted Hollywood’s mistreatment of animals and refused the assured trappings of a studio contract with Samuel Goldfish (soon to be Goldwyn) to produce her action-adventure films on-location in the wilderness. During her career, Nell wrote, produced and starred in over 100 silent films -- and then--She Vanished.... Nell Shipman…
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Finally Publish “What the Hell is Saint Louis Thinking?” by Henry Goldkamp

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In early August 2013, a seemingly haphazard project by Henry Goldkamp went forward into the public eye. Its hopes were to document the thoughts of Saint Louis residents for one month. Fifteen stations equipped with a wooden box, typewriter, paper, and a drop slot were setup in high-traffic areas. The only direction given was from some small signage on the front saying “Type your thoughts here”.After a surge of demand and media attention (namely NPR's story and Time's coverage), the number of stations grew to 40. Time changed to "indefinitely". The neighborhoods grew more diverse. The idea was always in mind to publish a sort-of "best of" findings of the very question the project's title itself poses: What the Hell is Saint Louis Thinking?After not having had the best of…
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