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There's a song by Shaggy, "It wasn't me", that is running through my head. If you're familiar with it, it's somehow both catchy and vile. I've had ex partners describe me that way.

The song is running through my head because I'm not the one who accidentally launched the Tau Station Kickstarter several days early. But it's done.

And they won't let us restart it.

So maybe it's not our intended launch window. Maybe we weren't ready. But we're owning this. We're making this happen.

Please help support the world's first Biblio-RPG. It's a massive, immersive, narrative sci-fi MMO. And it's over 400,000 lines of Perl. Let's show the world what Perl can do.

Even if you don't want to join in, please share this with everyone!

Here's the link to the Kickstarter.

And here's a link to the game. It's free to play and runs in any relatively modern browser, so you won't need to download anything or spend any money.


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