Development studio Codeglue has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Fig to raise $70,000 for its new video game Antegods, which is described as a stonepunk action arena game where the remnants of the Mayan civilization have taken to space. The game is noted to be a successor to Codeglue’s previous title, the award-winning fast-paced action game Rocket Riot. It has already various awards such as the GDC European Showcase 2017, Insomnia58 Indie Zone Selection 2016, and the Nordic Game Indie Day Selection 2016. The studio revealed:
“Antegods is an action-packed arena game in which the remnants of the Mayan civilization have taken to space. Two teams of 4 players each control customizable stonepunk mechs to hunt for energy and fight off opponents in a procedurally generated and highly destructible map. The ultimate goal is to activate enormous ‘titan’ statues that will bring explosive mayhem down upon the enemy team. Whoever wins these tactical battles climbs an intergalactic tournament ladder, ultimately becoming gods themselves.”
Codeglue reported that the $75,000 would help make the spring 2018 release of Antegod possible by bringing on extra resources such as another programmer. Speaking about the new game, Fig CEO, Justin Bailey, stated:
Those that back the campaign will receive various rewards, including digital copies of Antegods, beta access pass, hi-resolution desktop art, name in credits, digital comic, digital soundtrack, and backer-only skins. The game and the campaign’s rewards are scheduled to be delivered in second quarter 2018. The initiative is set to close at the beginning of April.
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