'Indivisible' is a hand-drawn JRPG that needs your help

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'Indivisible' is a hand-drawn JRPG that needs your help

The folks behind Skullgirls are at it again, and this time they're taking to crowdfunding platform IndieGoGo for a hand in creating a gorgeous hand-drawn role-playing game, Indivisible. As BoingBoing points out, perhaps one of the more interesting aspects of the whole deal here is how it's being funded. The game's total budget is $3.5 million, and if the IndieGoGo campaign reaches its $1.5 million goal, publisher 505 Games (Adr1ft, Abzu) will kick in the balance. If you're hesitant about throwing money down, there's a demo prototype available that you can download for Windows.

Lab Zero's already updated it with fan-requested features and says that it'll transfer the build of the game to Steam and "periodically" update it as production goes on. Indivisible also features a score by Secret of Mana composer Hiroki Kikuta. Oh, and should you be left wondering how it'll play, Lab Zero describes it as "inspired by classics like Valkyrie Profile and Super Metroid. So, turn-based battles and a strong exploration element; got it.

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