linesim1Sometimes you’re having one of those days where nothing goes right.  Your car breaks down.  You get into a fight with a loved one.  Your boss yells at you.  You get stuck in line at your coffee joint of choice.  It could be anything.

Now, lets look at those scenarios again.

  1. Car breaks down
  2. Fight with loved one
  3. Boss yells
  4. Stuck in line

Which of those do you think would make the best game?  Not an easy answer, but it should be pretty straight forward to determine which would not make a good game.  That’s right, being stuck in line.  However, since we’re in an age of game making where any and everything goes provided you don’t ask them to pay in small increments, a group of kids youngsters punks neer-do-wells hooligans people are creating Line Simulator 2015.

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Take a look at the Kickstarter campaign and ask yourself “Do I want to give my $10 to a game I’ll actually enjoy, or should I throw it at these kids and see what happens?”  Except, do the opposite of what you should do and consider backing Line Simulator 2015 on Kickstarter.

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Greg Micek

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