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Kickstarter Gaming Round-Up: May 15th

It’s time again for the weekly look into gaming Kickstarter campaigns, picking out a few that look interesting.

 

Our catch-up first with the previously covered Kickstarters brings an awful lot of good news this week. Most of the good news consists of campaigns that haven’t yet concluded but have either bypassed their targets or are pretty near reaching it. One campaign has also concluded successfully, and that one is Hellpoint. The other campaigns doing well are OtterBash!, Ashes of Creation, Forsaken Castle and Q-YO BLASTER.

 

However, there is one bit of bad news and that is a campaign that has finished having failed. This is The Unique Adventure, and there are no updates to talk about so it’s unsure whether this will be a continued project.

 


 

Project Rap-Rabbit

 

 

First we have a project that’s received a lot of media coverage already.

 

Project Rap-Rabbit is a game from the creators of PaRappa The Rapper and Gitaroo Man, coming together for a new rhythm-action adventure with story and more. The title is coming to PC and Playstation 4, and apparently had taken inspiration from the epic Rap Battles of History Youtube series to bring rap-inspired battle face-offs to the game. It has a lot of Japanese lore elements in there too, and ‘Project Rap-Rabbit’ will not be the final title of the game.

 

Project Rap-Rabbit has a £855,000 goal of which it has made £55,349 so far, with 35 more days to go.

 

 


 

spaceBOUND

 

 

Next we have a puzzle-platformer… in SPACE!

 

spaceBOUND aims to add some twists to the puzzle-platformer genre. The game is a co-operative title, and because it’s set in space zero-gravity plays a part in the game. Two players play as astronauts bound together by a tether and having to work together to solve puzzles and explore the asteroid they are on. The co-op is both local and a direct connect online co-op so you can play with your friends all over the world.

 

spaceBOUND has a target of $1,000. It has 29 days to go, and has made $858.

 

 


 

 

 

Next up we have a point and click game with quite a title.

 

The End Is Nahual is described in the campaign’s sub-header as “a point & click game, full of minigames, action, bad puns and Mighty Pianos with existential problems.” So just your regular game then. You play as a character Jacob, described as the ‘antagonist’ as well as the ‘antagonist of the antagonist, Sammael’. During the game you will meet up with a bunch of characters who can help or hinder you, and play through mini-games.

 

The End Is Nahual has 26 days to go, and has made MX$ 43,040 of its MX$ 650,000 goal.

 

 


 

The Salt Fortress

 

 

Finally we have a game set inside of a cathedral.

 

A game focused on ambiance, the game is full of exploration and fighting as gameplay mechanics. Another point-and-click, you led your character through this dark and somewhat unholy building, exploring the rooms and finding items to help you make your way through it… and maybe even discovering secrets along the way. According the the campaign page the game is “centred on its atmosphere, visual narration and mystery.”

 

The Salt Fortress has made €249 of its €5,000 goal and has 29 days to go.

 


May 15th, 2017 by PredictedCyborg
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