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Hey, Artists: Crunchy Leaf Games Want You

Any artists fancy getting involved with a cute-looking shooter? That's the appeal from an ex-Crytek tester turned indie developer, Crunchy Leaf Games (contender for best dev name?). At the moment it's a one-man project, looking to find someone who can replace the placeholder artwork that's currently in there. It's an old-school space shooter, like your grandmother used to play, built in Flash. You can watch a pre-alpha tech demo of it here (which is the AI playing, with varying outcomes), or see much more action (accompanied by ludicrously melodramatic music) below. However, exactly how the game will play is still up for grabs. It struck me as interesting to see a game in such an early stage, and ideally hook up an RPS reader to get involved with the art. Especially as developer Max Dohme is suggesting he wants to take it in a Metroid progression direction. Want.

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