Syracuse man creates video game withhelp of crowd funding site
By: Erin Clarke
A Syracuse man is hoping to make the point and click adventure video games of the80s popular again and as YNN's Erin Clarke tells us, he's getting help from peopleall over the world with a crowd funding website.
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Remember the video games of the past: Eight bitoriginal Nintendo style graphics, action packed adventure games thatyou had to think instead of just pointing and shooting?"You can click on something to try to activate it with your hand orthere's an eyeball icon to look at it and it will give you a description andyou have to try to solve puzzles," said Quest for Infamy co-founderSteven Alexander about his game.Alexander wants to make those popular again. He's making his owngame called Quest for Infamy.