Lonely developer Navi hails from Hong Kong took out his new project, the two-dimensional detective Man Without Organs, on Kickstarter. To succeed, the games creator needs to raise about $16,000. And about a third of the right amount is already in the reckon.
The unusual name is inspired by the concept of “body without organs” by philosopher Gilles Deleuz, who described her changes unrestricted Possibility. In the game, “man without organs” can absorb residual memories while cleaning the ruins at the same time.
In a 2-dimensional detective, players have to explore the ruins of the city and find out cause of his downfall. In one way, we will be able to find out where the inhabitants have gone and how our hero came to light.
To do this, you have to find various items in ruins to go to the times when they were left here. 27 days remain until the campaign finals.
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