The internet did a beautiful thing for us gamers. Through flash games, several independent developers were able to create simple games and have them played around the world. While many of those games were good, some really stood out above the rest. K.O.L.M., a story-driven platformer, stood out. K.O.L.M. and its sequel were developed by Antony Lavelle for Armor Games, but he left Armor before he could finish the final part of the trilogy.

The games we got were wonderfully atmospheric platformers that had us control Robbie, a broken robot, as he tried to regain his abusive mother’s affection. It was a heart-wrenching, surprisingly human series that left off on a massive cliffhanger. Now, through Kickstarter, he’s aiming to remake and expand the flash classics into beautiful modern classics along with finally letting fans know just what happened to Robbie and his sister; and he has a playable demo available!

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Chris London
I'm a do-it-yourself actor and comedian from Washington who decided to accrue as much debt as possible in New York, where I currently reside. I've been gaming since I was a toddler, starting with the original Sonic games and A Link to the Past, but with my career the way it is now it's been hard to find time to play much anymore; thus, I decided to write about them! As I'm also working at getting into the film industry, whenever there's a connection between the two I'm bound to write on it. I like to think that I appreciate games of every genre, and I try to play everything that holds some significance in the industry; however, there are a few franchises that I just haven't been able to play yet, due to either time or money, but I'm trying my damndest. I think I strike a fine balance between acknowledging a game's flaws and being harsh about where it needs to improve while still being able to enjoy the game and appreciate it's strengths. I love talking to people about anything games or film, so if you want to chat about either one of my articles or just any game, feel free to hit up my Skype, Facebook, or Twitter; or just send me a PM!

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