Go buy shirts at Target!

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No, I haven’t succumbed to putting ads inline in the RSS feed. 🙂 Rather, it caught my eye that the Experimental Gameplay Project now has a clothing line, where the shirts come with the games. And they’re available right now at Target stores.

Among the games are things like Tower of Goo and Gish. So it’s a chance to support indie creators, get some great games, and also show off your gamer cred.

I sure hope the game developers are getting a good cut on this…!

  8 Responses to “Go buy shirts at Target!”

  1. Go buy shirts at Target!Posted on March 22, 2008 by Raph

  2. Raph’s Website »Go buy shirts at Target!

  3. My guess is that as transparency becomes the norm in marketing communications, its going to continue to put a spotlight on the designers behind the games, giving rise to a new kind of rock star…unless it does not. (via Kevin andRaph)

  4. I saw these a little while ago and was shocked to see indie games being promoted at Target. It seems like a really nice promotion, and I am happy to see great games like Gish getting some exposure.

    By the way, I like the site revamp. It’s much brighter now!

  5. I went to Target this weekend, and failed to find the shirts. 🙁

  6. […] few people (eg Raph) have pointed to Target’s ‘promotion’ of some indie games by selling them bundled with […]

  7. Same here, heard the news and went out to Target to look for them.
    No luck. Guess I’ll have to wait for the website to go live, as I would totally go for the Gish shirt/game combo.

  8. […] Escapist’s new issue has an article about why I never found those t-shirts from the Experimental Gameplay Project at […]

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