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Offline Petrucio

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A PC Game by an SGU fan!
« on: January 18, 2008, 12:57:01 AM »
I'm a long time fan of the SGU, but like Bob, I'm not much of a forum guy, so I'm unfamiliar to most of you.

Anyway, I'd like to show you a game my company recently released. It's not  related to skepticism, but I do have intentions on developing a game geared towards teaching skepticism and cientific understanding in the future (sugestions are welcome).

So go ahead, check the site out, invite your fellow skeptics for a human-vs-human match (the Demo is limited to three runs, but allows for online play), spread the word, and buy yourself a copy - the more we sell this game, the better the skeptical game can turn out to be.

Game site:
If you want to download it directly:
(Windows only at the moment, sorry)

You can send feedback for this game and suggestions for a skeptical game to


PS: Sorry for the double post, but I think this post fits better in the "Forum Games" category.

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A PC Game by an SGU fan!
« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2008, 11:58:11 PM »
Oh hey... I read a review of this on Play This Thing! It looked really fun and I was going to download it but at the time I was having video card problems and couldn't play it... Awesome that it's developed by a SGU fan, I'll download the demo tonight.
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« Reply #2 on: February 20, 2008, 02:24:14 AM »
I'm visiting the site now. It looks fun from the screenshot! I give you props for releasing the demo as something other than timed. I hate demos that let you play for only a certain amount of time; this three-play thing sounds much better. Now to the site!
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