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Aug 28, 2013
Shacknews - Alice O'Connor
Every multiplayer game needs people to play it, but indies especially can have trouble landing a healthy playerbase. Some games have tried kick-starting communities by bunging every player a free copy for a chum, but Gun Monkeys is experimenting with a more-nuanced solution. If someone fires up the deathmatch platformer and finds themself on an empty server, it'll toss them a free copy to get a friend in the game.