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Snapshot Games’ “Phoenix Point” Completes Fig Round: Raises More Than $765,000 From Over 10,300 Backers

Last week, Snapshot Games completed the crowdfunding campaign on Fig for its latest project Phoenix Point. Originally seeking $500,000, the initiative successfully raised a total of $765,948 from 10,314 backers. As previously reported, Phoenix Point was notably created by Julian Gollop, the veteran designer of the original X-COM games, and… Read More

“Divinity: Original Sin 2” Creator Larian Studios Unveils Details on Game Master Mode (Video)

Larian Studios, the company behind Kickstarter successes Divinity: Original Sin and Divinity Original Sin 2, announced on Tuesday details about Game Master Mode, a feature in Divinity: Original Sin 2 that allows players use Divinity’s combat and roleplaying systems to create their own custom tabletop RPG campaigns. As previously reported,… Read More

Slacker Backers: Last Chance to Join “Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire” Fig Campaign

Crowdfunding platform for video games, Fig announced Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire is set to close the initiative for slacker backers. The funding portal launched the slacker backer feature at the end of March, which is dedicated to those who didn’t have a chance to invest in various… Read More

Overfunding: Snapshot Games Secures $500,000 Funding Target on Fig For “Phoenix Point”

Less than one week after launching the Phoenix Point crowdfunding campaign on Fig, video game studio, Snapshot Games, has successfully secured the project’s initial $500,000 funding target thanks to nearly 6,900 backers. Phoenix Point is described as a turn-based tactics and world-based strategy sci-fi game. The game’s story… Read More

Update: Snapshot Games’ “Phoenix Point” Nears $450,000 Just Days After Fig Campaign Debut

Just a few days after launching on crowdfunding platform Fig, Snapshot Games’ Phoenix Point project is currently nearing $450,000 thanks to 6285 backers. The initiative is seeking $500,000. As previously reported, Phoenix Point is described as a turn-based tactics and world-based strategy scifi game. The game’s story reads:… Read More

Snapshot Games Seeks $500,000 on Fig For New Video Game Project “Phoenix Point”

Snapshot Games, the studio behind Kickstarter alum Chao Reborn, announced on Tuesday it is now seeking $500,000 on crowdfunding platform Fig for its new video game project and XCOM inspired, Phoenix Point.  Phoenix Point is described as a turn-based tactics and world-based strategy scifi game. The game’s story reads:… Read More

Despite Fig Campaign Failure Codeglue Reassures: It’s Not the End of “Antegods”

Following the closing of its unsuccessful Fig crowdfunding campaign dedicated to Antegods, video game studio, Codeglue, reassured that the funding round won’t kill the game altogether. Originally seeking $70,000, the project only attracted $40,000. As previously reported, Antegods is noted to be a successor to Codeglue’s previous title, the… Read More

Creators of Kickstarter Success “Divinity: Original Sin 2” Announce Steam Early Access Updates

Larian Studios, the creators of Kickstarter successes, Divinity: Original Sin and Divinity: Original Sin 2, announced on Tuesday that Polymorph and Summoning skills are now available to all owners of Divinity: Original Sin 2, which is currently available on Steam Early Access. According to the studio, the skills come to… Read More

Kickstarter Milestone: 10,000 Game Projects Have Been Funded

On Thursday, Kickstarter announced that it has hit a brand new milestone. A total of 10,000 game projects have successfully been funded since the funding portal’s launch in 2009. The crowdfunding giant revealed in a blog post: “The day after Kickstarter launched in 2009, Eric… Read More

Ironward’s “Solstice Chronicles: MIA” Surpasses Funding Target During the Final Days on Fig

With nearly 24 hours until its Fig crowdfunding campaign comes to an end, Ironward’s video game Solstice Chronicles: MIA has successfully secured its $30,000 funding target thanks to nearly 500 backers. Ironward is known to be the creator of Kickstarter-funded The Red Solstice.  Solstice Chronicles: MIA is… Read More

Fig Now Offers Slacker Backer Feature

Crowdfunding platform for video games Fig recently announced the launch of its slacker backer feature, which allows users the opportunity to back portal-selected projects that have closed their campaigns. The funding portal revealed on Facebook last week: Fig also reported that thanks to the Slacker… Read More

Kickstarter Announces Game Roster For the 2017 PAX East

On Tuesday, crowdfunding giant Kickstarter announced the games that are participating in its Game Castle at this year’s PAX East, which will take place on March 10th-12th in Boston. The funding portal revealed: “Featured tabletop games include Elan Lee’s Kickstarter record-smashing Exploding Kittens — which raised… Read More

Video Game Studio Codeglue Launches Fig Campaign to Raise $70,000 For New Project “Antegods”

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… Read More

Gaming Studio Ironward Launches Fig Campaign For New Sci-Fi Video Game “Solstice Chronicles: MIA”

Ironward, the video game studio behind the Kickstarter-funded The Red Solstice, launched a crowdfunding campaign on Fig last week to raise $30,000 for its new game, Solstice Chronicles: MIA. Solstice Chronicles: MIA is described as a twin-stick shooter with a tactical edge. Ironward stated that players battle… Read More

“Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire” Hurdles Over $4 Million During the Final Hours on Fig

With less than twelve hours until its Fig campaign comes to an end, Obsidian Entertainment’s Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire has successfully surpassed $4 million thanks to nearly 31,200 backers. The initiative surfaced on the crowdfunding platform for video games last month and quickly secured its initial $1.1 million within… Read More

Team Gotham’s “Solo” Nears $70,000 During the Final Hours on Fig

With its crowdfunding campaign on Fig set to close later this evening, Team Gotham’s new video game Solo is quickly nearly $70,000 thanks to more than 225 backers. The game surfaced on the funding portal last month and secured its initial $65,000 funding target in a matter of… Read More

Obsidian’s “Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire” Secures $2.8 Million During the Final Week on Fig

With less than one week until its crowdfunding campaign on Fig comes to an end, Obsidian Entertainment’s Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire has successfully secured more than $2.8 million from over 24,800 backers. The initiative made its debut on the funding portal last month and quickly secured… Read More

Fig Launches $500,000 “Fig Finishing Fund” to Help Indie Video Game Developers Pay For Steam Direct

Crowdfunding platform for video games, Fig, announced on Thursday the launch of its $500,000 Fig Finishing Fund. This new fund will help indie game developers pay for Steam Direct. The funding portal stated it is committing up to $500,000 to help developers overcome two hurdles… Read More

Nutaku Debuts Crowdfunding Platform Exclusively For 18+ Games “Kimochi Red Light”

On Tuesday, online adult game publisher, Nutaku, announced the launch of its new crowdfunding platform specifically for 18+ games, Kimochi Red Light. According to Nutaku, Kimochi Red Light is free for gaming studios and developers to showcase their projects. The crowdfunding platform will not take a… Read More

Failbetter Games Returns to Kickstarter For “Sunless Sea” Sequel & Secures Nearly £160,000 in 24 Hours

Failbetter Games, the London-based video game studio behind Kickstarter success Sunless Sea, has returned to the crowdfunding giant’s platform to raise funds for the game’s sequel, Sunless Skies. Originally seeking £100,000, the project has already secured nearly £160,000 from more than 4,200 backers. Sunless Skies is described as a 2D, top-down,… Read More

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