28 posts tagged kickstarter
A PC survival game like you’ve never seen. Emergent story, group psychology, and the struggle to endure, in the absurd Owlchemy Labs style.
Kickstarters: Paradise Lost - First Contact
In Paradise Lost you will take control of an alien plant that has been hidden in a secret bio-engineering facility. A security breach in the system allows the plant to escape from imprisonment and discover the secret purposes of the research organization which put it in a jar.
Kickstarters: Mighty No. 9
Mighty No. 9 is an all-new Japanese side-scrolling action game that takes the best aspects of the 8- and 16-bit era classics you know and love, and transforms them with modern tech, fresh mechanics, and fan input into something fresh and amazing. Classic Japanese side-scrolling action, evolved and transformed by Keiji Inafune, an all-star team of veteran Mega Man devs…and you!
Kickstarters: River City Ransom: Underground
An officially licensed, North American follow-up to one of the most beloved RPG beat’em ups of all time.
We’ve set out to create a sequel worthy of the name, paying homage to the original while recapturing its charm and gameplay innovation. This is our love letter to River City Ransom, Technōs Japan, and the epic fighting and wrestling games of the 80’s and 90’s. We’re pushing the envelope of all two dimensions with this ambitious retro revival.
Kickstarters: Hyper Light Drifter
Hyper Light Drifter is a 2D Action RPG in the vein of the best 8-bit and 16-bit classics, with modernized mechanics and designs on a much grander scale. Explore a beautiful, vast and ruined world riddled with unknown dangers and lost technologies. Inspired by nightmares and dreams alike.
Kickstarters: Retrophile TV
Retrophile TV is an ongoing webseries currently in its third season that features completely unedited gameplay footage & unscripted commentary that is both interesting & entertaining.
Retrophile TV is looking to continue creating its webseries for the love of Retro Gaming and needs your help. While most Kickstarters set lofty goals for the money they want to raise, they are only looking for $250. Yes. You read that correctly. They only need $250 bucks to upgrade recording equipment and help them track down more retro games to review. Please help them hit that goal.