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Back in 2013, Senscape, including Agustín Cordes who helped design Scratches, unleashed a new project on Kickstarter called Asylum. And since the game was greenlit on Steam in 2013, there’s almost been no word of when we could expect the game in its full capacity. So the real question is, what happened to it?
When anyone decides to back any project on websites like Kickstarter or Fig, their hope is that if funded, their money will go into making the project a success. But in the case of crowdfunded game, Ant Simulator, the money didn’t quite go into creating the game.
Have you ever wanted to investigate a real haunted location, but live too far away or you’re too chicken to try? New horror game from Dreadlocks, called Ghost Theory, will give you just that opportunity—only from the comfort of your computer chair.
Do you remember what scared you the most when you were a kid? Was it the closet, or the darkness under the bed? For one young, teenage girl, she started having detailed nightmares about a creature she called “NOOZh.” To help her deal with her nightmares, her father decided to design a video game based on the nightmares his daughter described.
Visage was described in a previous Cinema Blend post as being inspired by the short-lived but highly impactful indie horror game, P.T. But now, Visage has finally launched their Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for the game and they’ve even gifted us with a brand new trailer showcasing 12 minutes of alpha gameplay.
Indie developer Greg Lobanov has taken to Kickstarter to finish funding for his project called Wandersong. It's a delightfully cheery adventure game made in a similar vein to the Legend of Zelda titles, but instead of saving the world with sword and shield, you'll do so with song and lyric.
Journey has literally changed the lives of millions of players from around the world, with its philosophical undertones examining the journey of Life. And now, you will be able to hear the soundtrack of Journey played during a live playthrough of the game, thanks to a highly successful Kickstarter campaign.
Rides With Strangers is supposed to put you in the passenger seat of a stranger’s car, something both equally realistic and terrifying. Though hitchhiking was popular back in the day, nowadays children have been taught to never take a ride with strangers. With the increase of violence and crime, hitchhiking as only been seen as an unnecessary risk.
Developer inXile Entertainment has confirmed that the beta for Torment: Tides of Numenera, the crowdfunded isometric RPG that is the spiritual successor to Planescape: Torment, will officially get underway starting the week of January 17 for eligible backers who helped fund the game.
If there’s one thing lacking from today’s major video game releases, it’s a solid and terrifying survival horror title. Ex-Bioshock developers have banded together to create the studio, The Deep End Games, and they’ve developed a unique horror game where the blind protagonist utilizes echolocation in order to explore a dark and abandoned mansion.
The creators of the ColecoVision have announced a new console and it has many taking a trip down memory lane.
Harebrained Schemes is wrapping up its Kickstarter campaign for BATTLETECH today. In the final hours of the campaign, backers contributed enough to unlock the final stretch goal for the game.
Lilith Ltd. has announced that they're cancelling the Kickstarter campaign for their horror game Allison Road. This isn't bad news, though.