It is a little later than I wanted to have the review out, but I am happy to finally do so! End Transmission Games produced this game and it utilizes a similar system to Splinter. If that name is familiar to you, that’s because we reviewed Splinter earlier this year and if you want to check it out head to this page. It was a ton of fun and if it catches your interest then head here! This time around…
Here it is the second part of our Sins preview game. You still have ~3 days left to get in on the Kickstarter! You can also check out my review of the system here.
Hey everyone I finally was able to get the finale for Splinter intro’d properly and upload it! Check it out and if you enjoyed Splinter and want to see more Indie Games tried out, let us know which ones in the comments below. And a big thanks to End Transmission Games for making a terrifically fun game!
Welcome back to Splinter! Join our group as they try to pick their way through the dungeons they have been dropped into and encounter all kinds of dangers along the way!
You’ll hear this again in the intro, but I just want to mention that this episode doesn’t have our best audio work. There was a balance that had to be struck between cutting passing vehicles out (not just loud ones) and keeping voiced intelligible. Things came out pretty good, considering, but regardless we hope you enjoy our Splinter one shot. If you are interested in learning more check the game’s site out here.