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Where do babies come from?
Pixelated monsters that live in trash cans, or the virtual equivalent of Oscar the Grouch. (That sound? That’s the sound of your MIND BEING BLOWN.)
Bethesda-based mobile game developers Jokerware LLC is currently creating “Love Gears,” a puzzle game for PC and Mac. Players have to help out a family of monster babies curious about how Monster Dad met Monster Mom. (We’re not making this up.) To do so, players connect gears and cogs in 54 different levels, the ultimate goal being to bring together Monster Dad and Monster Mom. “Love Gears” is already available for Android and iOS for 99 cents.
But to finish the PC and Mac versions of the game by the end of May, Jokerware is raising $2,000 through a Kickstarter campaign. The mobile game startup, founded in 2012, will use the money to complete and test the two new versions of “Love Gears.”
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