Thanks! Merits for the background artist!
Won’t you get troubles in Germany because of the Nazi symbols? Germany is more liberal regarding such symbols in games nowadays, but I don’t know how they treat your special case…
As far as I know, rules changed last year. Here is an article about it:
So, I think it will be fine.
I’ve backed this, but I’m afraid he will not make it…
too bad because Pontus Wittenmark seems to know what he’s doing, judging by the interview…
Anyway, 56 hours are still left…
in the adventure games podcast… there is an episode about him: https://adventuregamespodcast.com/podcast/2019/11/1/episode-37-interview-with-pontus-witternmak-of-warmkitten-studios
Hey guys, have you noticed Ron Gilbert’s sign of life on that Kickstarter page?
I know he backed the game, but I didn’t know he wrote on kickstarter.
Do you just mean the backed by Ron Gilbert & David Fox or something more?
Typically the first and last days are the strongest. With 48 hours remaining people receive the notifications and unless it’s looks really unlikely that the campaign will make it often people will back it.
And it looks good now!
Also I have raised my pledge from my initial one when I have discovered the project. It seems like I have forgotten to post it here back then.
It looks like it’s making it now! It needs 1400 euro with 12 hours left…
It’s really close now, 200 EUR missing. Kicktraq
Yes, I’m watching as well… it’s about to make it
Edit: they did it
I am happy they made it, but I did not back the game as the tiers were a bit too expensive. Will probably buy it 15 years after it gets released or so. (After tens similar cartoony P&C games like that one with a machine -forgot the title - , Truberbrook…)
It’s true, I definitely splurged on that one. But hey, I got a fairly nice tax return.
Slender Threads (from the developers of “Kelvin and the Infamous Machine”):
This is our new adventure game :
Just started working on it so don’t expect too much, but we do have a very fancy trailer!
Also, it’s not a classic PnC, it has RPG elements and new mechanics as well.
Out in 2022 hopefully.
Oh! That’s the title!
It looks great, and with an interesting story! Hope you finish it by 2020.
This looks fantastic indeed . Though to be honest, the title alone does not really sound inviting. So I did not even click the link. But I did see some artwork, headed to the website, then came here to post my find, only to find I’m late. But not too late to post the trailer for those that also find the title nondescript and/or off-putting1:
- I’m normally a fan of somewhat weird or poetic titles, but in this case it just doesn’t click, sorry! (And yes, I read the blog post explaining the title. That only made it worse.)