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 FRACT OSC  becomes newest Indie Fund recipient
FRACT OSC becomes newest Indie Fund recipient
July 2, 2013 | By Kris Ligman

July 2, 2013 | By Kris Ligman
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Newsbrief: FRACT OSC first hit the scene at the Independent Games Festival in 2011. Now, Indie Fund announces that the game is to be the latest recipient of Indie Fund financing.

"Players explore an abstract world built on sound, solve puzzles to rebuild its forgotten machinery and then are able to create their own sounds and music within the game," says Indie Fund.

FRACT OSC joins a number of high-profile Indie Fund recipients including Monaco and the former Molyjam game Kuchina.


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John Trauger
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It'd be interesting to review Indie fund recipients once there's been a few more years of it and more results are in.

It'd be interesting to see how successful the recipients were, though "successful" in indie terms may have a broader definition than simple market success. :)

Eric McQuiggan
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They cover how successful they have been in a recent blog post:
http://indie-fund.com/2013/06/the-swapper-recoups-in-less-than-tw
o-days/


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