Category Archives: Crowd Funding

System Shock on Kickstarter — This is how you make a Kickstarter Video

System Shock (1994) was heck of a game and it’s great to see the remake-attempt fully-funded on Kickstarter.  Read all about the bigger, better re-imaging on Kickstarter. The original first person action RPG had some innovative components.  3D environment that required the player to think as well as slash.  And the story was intriguing –… Read More »

God Caster on Gamekicker — Ain’t no atheists at the…card table

You don’t have to be religious to solicit the help of gods…and mythical creatures.  You’ll need them to succeed in God Caster. Developer Maxmuses Studio’s new trading card game is currently on the crowd-funding platform, Gamekicker, and it looks like a good one. It has all the features we love in card games: strategy, upgrading,… Read More »

Allexiur on Kickstarter — What exactly is TechNoir?

Technoir just sounds cool. That genre alone might be reason enough to fund Allexiur, a fetus from noob developer, Black Ark Games. It’s currently on Kickstarter at $244 of $7,551 with 24 days to go. Allexiur is described as a “tehcnoir (sic) mystery adventure game”. What exactly makes technoir technoir? I know anything noir-ish with… Read More »

Song of Horror on Kickstarter — Death is Frustrating!

One of the developers of Song of Horror actually says, the game is to be difficult, if not frustrating. Yeah, I would say death is frustrating. It’s a huge obstacle to everything you’re trying to do in life. Permanent death is one of the game’s main selling points, along with 16 playable character and a… Read More »