It seems that you're using an outdated browser. Some things may not work as they should (or don't work at all).
We suggest you upgrade newer and better browser like: Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer or Opera

×
This project looks very interesting, I hope if it ever gets made it will be availalble on GOG.

Really loved those racers back then, still do. :)
avatar
nijuu: I'm actually curious about the dfa. are all their resources and time being put into the kids project?. I seemed to get impression of what I've found that they are doing dfa and other non skills stuff at same time? am I wrong?
avatar
ET3D: I don't fully understand what you wrote here, so I can only hope that I'm answering your question, but DFA is just one team within Double Fine. While working on DFA they also developed The Cave, Kinect Party and other stuff.
sorry about grammar lol.yes that's what I was after.I would hope the three mill was pumped in the dfa game only if that's the case.
avatar
ET3D: I don't fully understand what you wrote here, so I can only hope that I'm answering your question, but DFA is just one team within Double Fine. While working on DFA they also developed The Cave, Kinect Party and other stuff.
avatar
nijuu: sorry about grammar lol.yes that's what I was after.I would hope the three mill was pumped in the dfa game only if that's the case.
It is. DFA's a relatively large company for an indie, so they've got multiple teams doing different things at once, but all Kickstarter money goes right to DFA (well, I mean, aside from fees and reward production and such).
avatar
ET3D: Are you implying that they should replace that face shot with a facial shot?
I think they'll reach their funding goal without that - wouldn't do them any harm though. :)
avatar
nijuu: When is the wave of adventure and board games on KS going to stop? So many of them...
Weren't you asking a few pages back if everyone was Kickstarted out? :D

More seriously, those types of projects are easier to do - adventures don't need super-sophisticated 3D engines or genius-level AI and board game manufacturing is a pretty well developed area.

Getting back to Dreamfall Chapters, Ragnar did an Ask Me Anything interview and some of the info there is quite interesting (playable Crow, re-using voice actors from Dreamfall, no dying but some alternate "failure" scenarios - and only 10 hours gameplay with the budget planned...).
avatar
ET3D: Are you implying that they should replace that face shot with a facial shot?
avatar
AstralWanderer: I think they'll reach their funding goal without that - wouldn't do them any harm though. :)
avatar
nijuu: When is the wave of adventure and board games on KS going to stop? So many of them...
avatar
AstralWanderer: Weren't you asking a few pages back if everyone was Kickstarted out? :D

More seriously, those types of projects are easier to do - adventures don't need super-sophisticated 3D engines or genius-level AI and board game manufacturing is a pretty well developed area.
Yes i did. Im bit more selective what i back these days:). Dreamfall sounds pretty cool which is why i backed.
http://www.indiegogo.com/factorio

Looks interesting. A new Transport Tycoon/Civ inspired game.
i searched the thread but didn´t find an entry...so

did anyone heard of this one: Train Fever
avatar
Fesh: i searched the thread but didn´t find an entry...so

did anyone heard of this one: Train Fever
I heard about and looks interesting, but for people who likes to pledge to get at least a copy of the game, Gambitious crowdfunding service isn't much attractive because the reward is a parcel of the profits (copy of the game only donating minimum of €40 in this case)
avatar
Fesh: i searched the thread but didn´t find an entry...so

did anyone heard of this one: Train Fever
avatar
gandalf.nho: I heard about and looks interesting, but for people who likes to pledge to get at least a copy of the game, Gambitious crowdfunding service isn't much attractive because the reward is a parcel of the profits (copy of the game only donating minimum of €40 in this case)
Probably not for those who cant afford to throw money around. A train sim doesnt really inspire any interest from me...
Not sure if mentioned, but I'm excited about this. Scratches was pretty good (needing some polish and a better ending, but this has promise)

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/agustincordes/asylum-kickstart-the-horror
avatar
Fesh: i searched the thread but didn´t find an entry...so

did anyone heard of this one: Train Fever
avatar
gandalf.nho: I heard about and looks interesting, but for people who likes to pledge to get at least a copy of the game, Gambitious crowdfunding service isn't much attractive because the reward is a parcel of the profits (copy of the game only donating minimum of €40 in this case)
after the game is released you get the complete money back
Arakion update showing the final playable race: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/lavidimus/chris-taylors-arakion/posts/403136

And Wildman was canceled, but GPG posted an update saying they are focusing in other ways to keep the company working.
avatar
gandalf.nho: I heard about and looks interesting, but for people who likes to pledge to get at least a copy of the game, Gambitious crowdfunding service isn't much attractive because the reward is a parcel of the profits (copy of the game only donating minimum of €40 in this case)
avatar
Fesh: after the game is released you get the complete money back
IF it ever gets released. The 60% returns looks too good to be true from unpaid labour and a head developer flaunting their school background over business experience in online games.
http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/99-spirits

Mostly interesting because they are a developer that is bringing Japanese indie games to the Western market so far AND they won the Indie Dev Grant and they are now running a crowdfunding campaign.

It looks interesting but I've got to admit that this doesn't seem to bode well.
avatar
johnki: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/99-spirits

Mostly interesting because they are a developer that is bringing Japanese indie games to the Western market so far AND they won the Indie Dev Grant and they are now running a crowdfunding campaign.

It looks interesting but I've got to admit that this doesn't seem to bode well.
Why does it not bode well?