If you have $4 and like cyberpunk, help me put some food in my kids' mouths!
"This is secretly the greatest and also funniest cyberpunk point and click adventure game on Steam. Very low-fi art style but the gags are just too good to pass up, and a lot closer to a "real" cyberpunk dystopian future than most favorites of the genre."
Itch: silverspook.itch.io/neofeud
Steam: store.steampowered.com/app/673

"Y’all SERIOUSLY need to play Neofeud

Corporate imperialism, eco-fascism, disability rights, wealth disparity, the school-to-prison pipeline, systemic racism in law enforcement and family law, veteran mental health and poverty....it’s all there" --Steamshovelers

steamshovelers.cool/neofeud/

Neofeud 2 involves massive unionization, revolts in the street for marginalized folks, post-capitalist worker coops, federation of those co-ops, and ultimately world(s)-wide general strikes against cyberpunk dystopian capitalist hellscape. Hope to finish in 2021!

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Billionaires increased wealth 44% during the pandemic. 150 million in US are a paycheck from destitution.
Neofeud timeline might've been optimistic!
motherjones.com/politics/2021/

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Cops, US, robot cops 

$74,000 robot dog as 100 million remain food insecure, people freeze, starve, die of covid, concentration camps expand. Always money for war, cops, billionaires and their Now This tech-toys. US - the shaky-cam Black Mirror episode that doesn't end. twitter.com/ScooterCasterNY/st

Let's talk about robot cops, cyberpunk dystopian present, and a game about this reality - Neofeud / Neofeud 2! twitch.tv/silverspook

Cops, US, robot cops 

To people defending the boatloads of money dropped on robo-K9, 'OK slavecatcher'

Cops, US, robot cops 

@silverspookgames wtf, the inside of my head is melting and about to hit the ground.

Cops, US, robot cops 

@silverspookgames

Googlers: "Don't sell killbots to the military, it's unethical!"

Alphabet: "OK, we will sell them to the police."

Googlers: "Cool."

Cops, US, robot cops 

@silverspookgames

I see that post and I'm like, did the police department just accept that dogs in the K9 unit were so routinely abused that the best response to it was to use a robot that can't complain? Like:

Cop: "We've got dog abusers in our K9 unit. What do we do?"

Chief: "How about we replace the dogs with robots?"

The answer is never to remove abusers from the department. That would set a bad example.

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