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Kickstarter Gaming Round-Up: Feb 6th

It’s time for your weekly look into what the Gaming section of Kickstarter has to offer in the way of awesome campaigns.


Starting as always with a little update to those previously covered in past weeks, we still have only a few bits of news but it’s all quite positive. Firstly, Pixel Princess Blitz has entered its last two days of campaign but has far outstripped its target, now sitting at €90,695 of a €77,700 goal. LEGRAND LEGACY is also close to finishing with less than £6,000 to go of its £40,000 target to be made. Finally, The Pedestrian has reached $15,236 pledged of its $21,000 goal with 9 more days to go.



Sunless Skies



First up, we have the most awaited sequel game to Sunless Seas.


Set in the same universe as the last game, Sunless Skies takes you to the ‘skies’ of the underground caverns that form the creepy and  Victorian-inspired world of the Fallen London universe. Set 10 years after Seas, the 20th century came and London took to the skies, in spacefaring locomotives, journeying far, encountering much and fighting off more horrors in the darkness. Just like its brother, you will be able to stop at ports and encounter people, events and much more.


It shouldn’t be a surprise that Sunless Skies has already met its Kickstarter goal of £100,000 twice over. It still has 24 days to go though, so check it out.







Next up, we have a post-apocalyptic isometric game.


A new idea from the creators of STATIS, previously Kickstarted in 2013, and CAYNE; BEAUTIFUL DESOLATION is an adventure game set after some disaster. The game is point-and-click and follows two brothers as they journey across this broken world, with a distinctly 1980s inspired feel.


BEAUTIFUL DESOLATION has a $120,000 of which it has raised $87,955 so far. It has 11 more days to go.




Aegis: Innocence



Next up is a platformer, which makes you a teddy bear.


A 2D action platformer, you play as a teddy with a sword and shield confronting your nightmares. This teddy is actually a guardian, one of the many who have guarded humanity over the years from the darkness of the world of nightmares. Only this time, the nightmares are strong and your human is on the brink of death. You must now venture into the darkness to fight back and save your human.


Aegis: Innocence has 29 days to go, and has made $6,695. It has a target of $60,000.




Die For Valhalla!



Finally we finish with a beat ’em up game with Viking inspirations.


You play as a witch called Valkyrie, sent by the gods to help the Vikings save their world from peril. You do this by summoning heroes from Valhalla, in a bid to take down as many enemies as possible before they succumb and return there. You will also have a chance to discover more about your own origins as well as Viking myth and legend. Things aren’t always as they seem to be.


With 30 days to go, Die For Valhalla has made $3,957 of its $5,600 goal.


February 6th, 2017 by
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