Project Godus Hits Crowdfunding Goal, Reveals New Stretch Targets
With two days left on the clock, Peter Molyneux and 22 Cans hopeful god game Project GODUS has reached it's Kickstarter goal, passing its £450,000 with a new surge of pledges.
A new set of stretch goals has been outlined from £460K to £550K, offering additional multiplayer modes, a social sect creation feature, hiring BAFTA-winning writer James Leach to pen the game's story, a cooperative and possession mode, and finally, adding support for both Linux and the Android-powered OUYA console.
Given the recent surge, and many Kickstarter backer's preference to hold out until a project has been funded, it looks to have a reasonable chance at hitting those targets.
Watch the new multiplayer prototype video below, and head over to the Kickstarter page to get in on the action.