Expo Fighter is a 2D fighting game in development that leaves dojos, headbands and scantily-dressed Japanese women at the door, instead focusing on combat between...video game company executives. On the stage at E3.

That's the good news. The bad news? It's asking for $18,000 as a crowd-sourced project, which for a browser-based, free-to-play title seems a bit much. That said, creator and sole developer Justin Meagher is going to make the thing anyway; how much money he gets will impact the final quality, and he promises to contact each backer should he fall short to confirm whether they still want to pay him or not.

Still, it's a fun premise, and the teaser trailer above looks great. Now all it needs is a massive crab, bored translator and one mirrion troops.

EXPO FIGHTER - E3 Inspired Fighting Game [indiegogo]