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Creator of Super Meat Boy and The Binding Of Isaac, Edmund McMillen, launched his Kickstarter campaign earlier this month for a The Binding Of Isaac card game. Titled The Binding Of Isaac: Four Souls, the Kickstarter met it's meagre $50,000 goal in it's first few hours of going live.
Kickstarter has unveiled Kickstarter Gold a new limited initiative that will bring back 60 of the most memorable creators in Kickstarter history, back once...
Developer Faux-Operative Games is bringing their Kickstarter funded game, Ruin of the Reckless, to Steam and Itch.io on April 26.
Capcom’s newest iteration of the Resident Evil series is a far cry from where they started. The fixed camera tank-controlled horror franchise terrified audiences when it first arrived on the PlayStation 1 in the 90’s, but has since strayed about as far as you can go from that, at least stylistically.
Independent Developer Stoic have announced the conclusion to The Banner Saga Trilogy with The Banner Saga 3, though it'll once again need funding on Kickstarter first.
Currently sitting at a tasty 12,267 backers pledging $5,643,130 - a cheeky 5643% - Kingdom Death: Monster 1.5 isn't going to break records, it's going to shatter them and grind the fragments into powder.
In a delightfully light-hearted display of reverence and parody, Dawn of the Devs brings many industry leaders from behind the keyboard to onto the screen.
It seems the excitement of supporting games through Kickstarter has somewhat died out over the past six months as one firm has revealed that video game campaigns overall have earned a lot less. One type of game which has seen more success however, is board games.
Nearly three years ago in August 2013, the Kickstarter for Mighty No. 9 launched promising a return to form for classic side-scrolling fans and a spiritual successor to the original Mega Man titles. Following a turbulent development cycle to say the least, the game is now out for release, but does it stand up of its own merit?
For fans of Playtonic's upcoming platformer, and spiritual successor to Banjo-Kazooie, Yooka-Laylee, get excited, because here's the E3 trailer for the game, and it looks absolutely charming!
Kickstarter has been a fantastic platform for many people to have their ideas made into reality thanks to the every day user pledging money to aid production, but how much of that money has helped UK campaigns? Well according to some new statistics, Kickstarter has raised over £25 million for game campaigns alone.
Three safes, three floors, three guards and four robbers. In Burgle Bros you and up to three friends will team up to get the loot and get out. Don’t get caught. Well, don’t get caught so many times you run out of stealth tokens.
XMODULE is a futuristic racing game that's just launched on Kickstarter. It's built around the idea of constantly making your initially chosen vehicle better and better - starting off with a basic car "module" and snapping on a whole bunch of different possible parts to customise it to your liking before sending it out to race over a bunch of really nice looking tracks.
A brand new Kickstarter has launched today for a unique wearable called the XTH Sense, an open-source sensor which turns the human body into a creative tool, whether it's to create music and art, or even as a controller for virtual reality.
With the home quickly becoming smarter, with thermostats that learn your habits, lights which can be switched on via our smartphones, and a whole series of Internet connected appliances, the one place the term "smart" has been missing, is the bedroom. But not any more thanks to Balluga, a brand new Kickstarter campaign for a smart bed that hopes to give you the best nights sleep ever.