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May 19, 2014

Minimalism is in: The Adventures of Pip

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We were enchanted by the concept of the Adventures of Pip. Watching a hero grow from a single pixel to a fully-realized character during the...

May 6, 2014

Magic Meisters developer talk Skyrim, stats and social multiplayer

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Magic Meisters, a co-op action RPG, has launched on Kickstarter with a $22,000 goal. The game, which aims to provide a fun experience both online and...

May 3, 2014

Patrick Scott Patterson on women’s pivotal role in the games industry

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No Princess In The Castle is currently seeking funding via Kickstarter in the hopes of creating a film that sheds light on the pivotal roles...

April 18, 2014

Inspire Us: Leandro de Brasi on Inspire Me’s Kickstarter launch

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Historical-themes point and click adventure game Inspire Me launches on Kickstarter today with a  goal of $20,000 and a game that takes inspiration from classic LucasArts...

April 15, 2014

Q&A: Console Warz discusses satire and the final battle to save video games

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The console war was not, in the end, as epic as everyone had hoped. Maybe it’s just me, but ‘war’ conjures up images of something...

April 4, 2014

A Grave Matter: Q&A with Tristan Moore

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Have you had a look at Grave yet? It’s an open-world survival surrealist horror that forces players to use light as their weapon as they...

April 3, 2014

Celestian Tales: Old North producer on success, failure, and redefining the classic RPG

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The challenge of pitching a project through Kickstarter is over for Ekuator Games. Celestian Tales: Old North raised more than twice it’s initial goal of...

March 21, 2014

Kodama developer Dan Elvins on the game’s Japanese roots

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We’ve already written a little about Kodama, the Japanese-influenced puzzle-platformer from Team Ekko that launched on Kickstarter earlier this week. A lot of thought has...

March 14, 2014

What now for Red Hook’s Darkest Dungeon?

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Darkest Dungeon’s Kickstarter came to a close this week, raising a grand total of $313,337 from 9,639 backers. This means that the game, which focuses on the mental...

March 13, 2014

Cosmochoria’s Nate Schmold on getting ready to launch on Kickstarter

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You might remember our article on Cosmochoria’s name change a while back. Well, we have some more news as developer Nate Schmold is about to...

March 10, 2014

Get the lowdown: Star Citizen engages the warp drive for dogfighting

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Two hundred twelve developers. Eight studios. Over $40 million. More than 300,000 backers. With such daunting numbers, it’s easy to be intimidated by the unfathomable...

March 7, 2014

Vertiginous Golf takes minigolf into the sky with steampunk trimmings

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Vertiginous Golf is kind of like a mishmash of Bioshock Infinite and Putt-Putt. The surreal 2004 Shockwave game VertiGolf drained many hours of my teenage...

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March 7, 2014

Book of Unwritten Tales 2 dev on Kickstarter, stretch goals, making a sequel

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The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 has already managed to stand out amongst the pack of crowdfunding prospects across the Internet. After reaching its $65,000...

March 6, 2014

Indie developer Nicky Case has Nothing To Hide

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Earlier this week, I got addicted to anti-stealth indie game Nothing To Hide. Now, after a few days of hiding in plain sight as the perpetually...

February 25, 2014

CATDAMMIT! dev Artur Hilger talks being greenlit, Early Access and chainsaws

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Artur Hilger, one half of Warsaw, Poland-based indie game duo Fir&Flams, answered BitPulse’s questions about the studio’s recently greenlit 3D platformer CATDAMMIT! Director’s Cat. Hilger...