Nolan North Is Making A Video Game

Published: May 4, 2016 4:57 PM /


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While Nolan North is mostly known for his work in voice acting, specifically as Nathan Drake in the Uncharted series but hes basically been in ever video game to have ever existed. Nolan North hasn't, on the other hand, actually worked on other parts of a video game. Until now at least, as Nolan North has confirmed that he will be producing Con Man: The Game, a mobile game based on the show of the same name.

Con Man is a web series that made $3.1 million on IndieGoGo. It stars Alan Tudyk as a washed up actor who got big as a pilot in a sci-fi TV series but can't find a job in any other role. The show also stars Nathan Fillion and Mindy Sterling. The show also features appearances from Felicia Day, Sean Astin, Sean Maher, Seth Green, and, of course, Nolan North. The series can be watched on Vimeo.

One of the stretch goals for Con Man, specifically the $3 million one, would see the development of a Con Man video game. With the second season of the show coming soon, it appears that the game is now on its way as well. Produced by Nolan North, and developed by Canadian studio Frima (who has been behind games such as the Zombie Tycoon series, Chariot, and A Space Shooter for 2 Bucks!), Con Man: The Game will be a mobile game, but it has not been confirmed which mobile platforms its coming to yet. At the current time, we don't know much about the game other than your goal is to build up a fan convention while protecting it from aliens that attack. The game will also feature actors from the show like Nathan Fillion, Alan Tudyk, Felicia Day, and author PJ Haarsma.

At the current time, there is no release date or price for Con Man: The Game, but backers of Con Man are expected to receive the game for free.

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