On the pulse of crowdfunded gaming

October 27, 2014

Meet the cutest Kickstarter you’ve seen this year

More and more developers are taking games straight to the Wii U, and Holobunnies – an exploration-based pixel platformer – joins the list with a rosy-cheeked...

October 27, 2014

Bedlam is coming

Bedlam, the rogue-lite, post-apocalyptic, turn-based roadtrip has finished its Kickstarter campaign with a whopping $166,540 total – 28% more than their $130,000 goal. Developer Skyshine now plan...

October 23, 2014

Texas students launch $25,000 Kickstarter for InnerSpace

It’s nice when games keep to a three-color palette. InnerSpace paints with red, blue and beige to create an other-worldy universe for you to fly...

Seasos 1 of Boss Fight Books featured Earthbound, Galaga, Super Mario Bros 2, ZZT, Jagged Alliance 2.
October 22, 2014

Would you read 200 pages on Metal Gear Solid, Spelunky and Bible Adventures?

Not content with raising 900% on Kickstarter the first time round, Gabe Durham has launched a campaign for Season 2 of Boss Fight Books. The...

October 21, 2014

Quantum Rush fills the WipEout craving you didn’t know you had

Some developers are too awesome to die. No one ever thought WipEout creators Sony Studio Liverpool would ever cease to exist. When Sony closed its...

October 17, 2014

Want to get comfy? Play Salt on Early Access

Isn’t it about time we got another sandbox, random-world survival game set on an island? It’s a Thursday, so of course it is. Today Lavaboots...

October 17, 2014

Basement is not a Breaking Bad simulator, but it’s damn close

HalfBus want to peddle drugs in your neighbourhood, but they want $15,000 first. The Belarus-based developer have taken to Kickstarter to fund Basement, a drug...

October 16, 2014

Q&A: How Hidden Armada staged a Mutiny!

When we last saw Mutiny!, it was a paltry fry among the great fish in a raging Kickstarter sea. Since then, the project has drawn...

October 14, 2014

Green Riding Hood wants to teach your kids about yoga

A crack team of yoga experts, artists and storytellers have launched a Kickstarter Green Riding Hood, an iPad app that imagines the first organic fairy tale....

October 14, 2014

You should play Parkitect’s coaster-filled interactive trailer

It’s been three weeks since Parkitect successfully completed its Kickstarter, raising $63,730 (CAD) of their $50,000 goal. Over the course of the campaign, developer Texel Raptor...

October 14, 2014

The Internet loves The Flame in The Flood

After seven days,  The Molasses Flood have reached their funding goal, raising $150,000 from 4,415 backers for The Flame in The Flood. Stretch goals are...

October 13, 2014

How Judged: A Court Simulator nearly tripled its Kickstarter goal

Despite slipping under our noses when it ran, Judged: A Court Simulator managed to make quite a splash on Kickstarter. It raised $5,400 – that’s 270% of...

October 13, 2014

Where Kickstarter can’t help: Reflex cancels $360,000 campaign

With nine days left in the campaign, Turbo Pixel pulled the plug on the Kickstarter for Reflex, a modernised classic arena shooter, in favor of...

October 10, 2014

Puzzle fighters return as Heroes Never Lose raises $13,333

In a suitably super number matchup, Heroes Never Lose has ended its campaign with $13,333, almost 50% more than their modest $9,000 goal. The campaign raised...

October 9, 2014

Another game from ex-Bioshock devs sails onto Kickstarter

The Molasses Flood looks more like a brewery or a music label than a indie game development studio, but their journey through desolate American backwaters...