On October 5th, Midora game director Mhyre posted an update on Kickstarter explaining where the team is at with the game. Unfortunately, they aren’t at a good place.

Epic Minds, creators of Midora, are still searching for publishers and investors. This seems to be the main concern from the team, along with their personal image amongst the public. From reading the comments, many of their backers are losing hope, as they have stopped believing in the broken promises that are Midora’s scarce updates.


Many backers were extremely upset to hear that although Midora reached their funding goal a while ago, they still don’t have enough money to produce what they promised, like Early Access. At least not on time. Mhyre claims they underestimated a goal of $60,000, for funding, and in reality, they need $120,000 to $150,000 to finish the game.


Personally, I appreciate them being honest about everything. Humans are human and we make mistakes. At the same time though, I would not want to be one of their backers at this particular time.

Visit their Kickstarter page to read the update in full.

Gabrielle Steudle
Gabrielle loves being transported into other worlds that people have created, and video games allow her to do that. Ever since she was six years old, she has been gaming. She grew up playing along side Super Nerd, a.k.a, her Dad. Old MMO’s like EverQuest and City of Heroes started her gaming career. Now, Gabrielle enjoys horror games mostly, but is willing to try anything. She has graduated from Grand Valley State University in Michigan with a Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing and her dream is to write the scripts and storyboards for video games.
Gabrielle Steudle