SCALE is a new first-person game on Kickstarter that lets you grow and shrink objects at will

SCALE

By on October 18, 2013 at 10:38 am

An interesting concept arrives on Kickstarter today by the name of SCALE, a first-person exploration game where you have some sort of Magic Science Gun™ that allows you to grow and shrink objects.

This allows you to do things like enlarge a butterfly to be big enough to stand on and then ride around, as well as shrink somebody’s house down to a level small enough to pick up and relocate manually. Interesting stuff! You can also jump into the mouth of a giant monster, and then enlarge it so you can… get pooped out… safely. Yes. Interesting.

Anyway, here’s a video! They’re asking for $87,000 and have so far raised $10,436. Check it out.

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looks pretty freaking cool. might have to fund something for once.

 

Wow, that looks great!! I hope this one meets kickstarter, might have to go over there and use that gun on their account. ;)

 
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