Insignificant is a game we’ve yet to cover on Cliqist, but that’ll be changing based on some recent updates.  Funded back in August 2013 to the tune of $12,447, Insignificant is an open world RPG that puts players in the very small shoes of a three inch tall adventurer.  And now, thanks to the mysterious magic of shaders, things are looking better than ever.

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According to the latest Kickstarter update, the developers at Significant Games have been slapping some upgrades onto their game.  In addition to the improved shaders, there’s also new textures to admire and grass for outdoor environments.  The video below features plenty of details on the improvements, as well as a ton of gameplay to admire.

The Insignificant Alpha has been in the hands of Kickstarter backers for some time now, so look for more info as the final release date approaches.

 

 

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