Today is your lucky day: you are getting not one but two posts! Yep! This one and the one below. Why are you getting two posts? Because I kinda need your help. My girl's brother has his own gaming company, Alterego Games. Together with their partners from Digital forest, they are currently in the midst of a pretty awesome project: Woven.

Woven a puzzle adventure game in which you explore a seemingly safe world that is made of wool, where curious and cute stuffed animals live. In Woven, you play Stuffy, a rather clumsy but kind elephant shaped stuffed animal and Glitch a mysterious metal firefly. Stuffy will face lots of obstacles, and sometimes heavy elephant feet or clumsy arms simply won't be able to help you. You will have to find blueprints of different animal types, scan them, and reknit Stuffy into different shapes so that he may overcome the various hurdles the game presents you. Elephant legs may be strong, but rabbit legs would allow you to jump! Finding and combining the right blueprints is a major part of gameplay in Woven. Woven has a fully voiced narrator who guides the player through the story and introduces the hidden danger to the woolen world.  

Woven is lacking one critical thing right now and that is funding. It's an ambitious project and they need a lot of cash. In order to get it, they have started a Kickstarter. Right now, there are 25 days left to get to their €85,000 goal. You can support them with as little as one euro and for 9 euros, you get the game itself once it's done (else it's 25 euros). Do you want a stuffed Stuffy? 75 euros. Check out all of their perks, though: they are awesome!

If you don't have cash to spare, then PR will do as well! They are on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Like and share their posts, get the word out and get all your friends to play the game. Oh, did I not mention that yet? You can play a demo of the game! It's on Steam, free to play, and I would love for you to give it a try. Just the download will boost the game and get them more attention. I would be very grateful for all you can do!