Here at IncGamers we love our indie titles and thought this one would be of interest to our illustrious readers.
Developed by Dutch Indie developer Joost van Dongen, Proun is a strange racing game set in a world of geometric shapes and objects. Proun is Joost’s personal project and he is also lead programmer and co-founder of Ronimo Games, the studio behind Awesomenauts which we think had some pretty awesome music in their E3 trailer.
Proun is taking the rather unconventional business model of Pay What You Want where you get to choose how much you pay for it. You will be able to try it out for free, and if you like it, then spend some cash on it. Those who do contribute will be rewarded with a bonus track.
Here’s what you can expect from the game and make sure you check out the trailer below.

Fast racing action
Unique abstract graphics
5 tracks to race through
Championship mode
4 speeds to unlock, from relaxed to insanely fast and hardcore
2 to 4 player splitscreen, with joystick support
Race against all your previous ghosts in time trial
online highscores
Highly moddable: exporters are shipped with the game and the first tracks by modders have already been made!


Paul Younger
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