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Josh Griffiths is a writer and amateur historian. He has a passion for 3D platformers, narrative-driven games, and books. Josh is also Cliqist’s video producer. He’s currently working on his first novel, and will be doing so on and off for the next decade.

Leigh Alexander and Laura Hudson Launch The Offworld Collection On Kickstarter

It’s hard to type with all this protective gear on, but I find it necessary. This article will be about a Kickstarter involving Leigh...

DRM-Free The Long Dark Approaches

Do you hate Steam? Do you hate Digital Rights Management, or DRM as it’s more commonly referred to? Did you back The Long Dark?...
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Hands-On With Ira, A Surprising Sci-Fi Adventure

What an odd little thing Ira’s demo turned out to be. It didn’t start that way, putting you in the role of a hobo...

2 Years After $200,000 Omori Kickstarter, Communication Is Still Broken

Omori, a horror RPG funded in June 2014, recently published an update on Kickstarter. It's a rare sight for backers. When the campaign launched on...
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Hands On With Amplitude. The Visual Novel, Not The Rhythm Game

We reported on the suspiciously named Amplitude: A Visual Novel last week, and that it had a public demo available. Today I had a...

From Kickstarter Success to Mysterious Disappearance : The Strange Tale of...

This has been a crazy road,” waxes Truceful Entertainment after their failed Kickstarter campaign for Fritz. It sounds like either the start of a...

The Amplitude Visual Novel Isn’t a Harmonix Follow-up, But Is Worth...

Don’t let the identical name fool you, Amplitude on Indiegogo is an entirely different beast to Harmonix’s Kickstarted rhythm game. That being said, developer...

Invisigun Heroes Should be Anything but Invisible

No, it’s not the sequel to Gunstar Heroes, but rather an excellent looking new Kickstarter game. Invisigun Heroes is exactly what the name suggests....

Ghost Theory – Not Your Typical First Person Horror

If there’s a shortage of any genre in the indie gaming scene, it certainly isn’t present in either rouge-likes or first person horror. If...

Experience (Mostly) Full Featured Hell in Darkest Dungeon

Darkest Dungeon, one of Kickstarter’s latest darlings and a model for the Early Access game, has finally been released.  That means gamers can finally “Go...

Space Revolver Launches on Kickstarter, Etc.

Recently launched Kickstarter Space Revolver touts itself as “neo-noir cyberpunk space cowboy action,” featuring 2-4 online play and local multiplayer. But what I think...

Commodore 64 A Visual Commpendium Back On Kickstarter Again

Back in 2014, Sam Dyer launched a visual companion book for the Commodore 64, an old gaming PC that was huge in Britain. It...

Psychonauts 2 Hits Funding Goal

It took a little longer than anticipated perhaps, but Psychonauts 2 has met its funding goal. With over $3,313,000 raised and five days to...

Even With A High Price Tag, Oculus Rift Does Right by...

Three years after its massively successful Kickstarter campaign, and two years after its purchase by Facebook, we finally know how much the Oculus Rift...

Parkitect Shows How Following Through on a Kickstarter is Done

It’s hard to believe we last covered Parkitect back in 2014, with an interview with the developers. That’s now two years ago, kind of....

3 Years After Its $52k Kickstarter Artizens Changes Direction

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: a Kickstarter campaign raises a bunch of money, they do a good job releasing updates, then go...