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Game designers in an Anthropomorphic world!

This is a strip about the trials and tribulations of the design department of a game development company called KittenSoft.

Here we follow the daily lives of Ash, Dice and Chime, their boss, Box, and the publisher's producer, Sabre.


KittenSoft appears on the Adventure Gamers website


Juniper Crescent appears on the Digital Webbing site
here 


Juniper Crescent and The Sapphire Claw appear in the Nucomix anthology comic.


The fonts I use in my strips were downloaded from the Blambot site. 
 

 

 

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