catacomb kid 1Kids these days.  What with their Twitters and Friendsters, it seems like they’re always getting into trouble.  Case in point, Catacomb Kids from FourbitFriday follows some juvenile delinquents as they explore a dangerous underground fortress known as The Catacombs.  These tiny adventurers, whether there as punishment or a coming of age ritual, are all out for just one thing; riches.  Sure they’ll have you believe that it’s not just riches, it’s the joy of exploration, knowledge, and even the desire to kill, but kids are all the same; they just want more money to buy ever more advanced Nintendos.

If you choose to support these punks you’ll have to help guide them through dangerous procedurally generated levels filled with traps, environmental hazards, and a variety of bosses.  Because kids are always looking to take the easy way out, you can arm your kid with a wide variety of edged weapons, including swords, axes, and daggers.  To make things worse, these kids will finally be able to use all the magick they learned while playing Dungeons & Dragons to good use through the use of a wide variety of spells that can be perfected in the game.

If you’re interested in contributing to the downfall of our social structure then you can check out the Catacomb Kids Kickstarter campaign; it runs until December 11th and has a goal of $20,000.

Greg Micek

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Greg Micek has been writing on and off about games since the late nineties, always with a focus on indie games. He started DIYGames.com in 2000, which was one of the earliest gaming sites to focus exclusively on indie games.
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