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Playing water-sports will never be more fun than with the PissPadd - it can turn your daily bathroom break into a full on game - quite literally.Your 'stream' will hit the pad -- which consists of over 1000 measuring points -- and that will control the score.
Together, they make an open world dinosaur game thanks to Urvogel Studios.Many great games have been released thanks to Kickstarter, like Shenmue III, Superhot, and Star Citizen.
Sorry Planescape: Torment fans, the spiritual successor Torment: Tides of Numenara is being pushed back.In their update for the game's Kickstarter, Brian Fargo states that he wants to give the localization team more time to touch on the game.
Do you like Shadow of the Colossus?The game also advertises a soundtrack composed by Ian Dorsch, whom you may recognize as the composer of the opening and closing music themes for the internet review series Zero Punctuation, among other things.
Lightspeed Frontier is a game on Kickstarter which is going to appear at PAX West 2016 in the indie megabooth from September 2nd to the 5th.Ahead of it's appearance during PAX West, the dev team have made a wonderful Kickstarter page to help get it funded.
Being what some people might refer to as a 'gaming fanatic', I'm something of a sucker when it comes to gaming memorabilia, posters, artwork and basically anything else I can get my hands on.I'm particularly fond of posters and artwork (both official and unofficial), and the walls of both my house and office are littered with beautiful posters and prints that remind me of my gaming heritage.
In 1979, director Francis Ford Coppola's Apocalypse Now was released to near universal praise.Now, 38 years after its release, Apocalypse Now may be getting a video game adaptation.
Yet, while Kickstarter was the first platform to achieve major success funding games, Indiegogo had already been around for a year.Like Kickstarter, Indiegogo casts its net over a wide range of campaigns, from medical and exercise machines to new tech and gizmos, as well as film and music.
According to the game's official Kickstarter page.If you're curious about the soundtrack, you can here one of the game's tracks by clicking here.
More and more indie developers are heading to crowdfunding platforms such as Kickstarter to raise the much-needed funds they need to produce their games.Some don't quite make it but sometimes a game comes into the arena that storms away from the competition and instantly gets backers.
“You’re not going to die, not yet.”
This is your first taste of the world in Legrand Legacy - Tale of the Fatebounds, developed by SEMISOFT.
Some developers head to Kickstarter to raise funds for their new games, while it can be a real struggle to raise the funds, some games capture people's interest and instantly take off!This is what has happened for San Francisco Bay-based studio Spiritwalk Games and their tactical CCG Shardbound.
The result of a Kickstarter back in 2013, Night in the Woods was created by indie developer Infinite Fall, and has finally been released after over three years of effort.The game revolves around a twenty-something named Mae, who has recently returned to her home town after dropping out of college -- only to find that everything has changed while she's been gone.
Following on from their 2015 success with Sunless Sea, London-based developer Failbetter Games are adding a new game to their repertoire called Sunless Skies.The game is currently nearing the end of its Kickstarter campaign and has amassed nearly triple its original target!
This is only the beginning of the demo for the game Heartbound, an emotional story driven RPG looking to be funded on Kickstarter.This is its first attempt at being crowfunded, and its being developed by the ambitious team over at Pirate Software.
What I am mainly referring to is hinted at in this review’s title -- the speech mechanics of the pirates.The captain yelled, “Land ahoy!
With nearly 99% funding (at time of writing) and only a few days left to go, the first stretch goal for Anew has been added to its campaign page.The stretch goal is for $35,000, surpassing the funding goal by $5,000, and includes (but is not limited to) expanded localization, speed run features, minigames, a new area as well as a new mechanic, boss, weapon, vehicle, and last but not least, "Nintendo Switch feasibility research".
For such a successful Kickstarter campaign (earning over $30,000 leading up to it’s Greenlight release on September 13th, 2013), Robot Loves Kitty’s Legend of Dungeon is an average roguelike.You get through each level by finding your way to the stairs which lead you down to the next level.