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Post by Dan @ 01:03pm 02/10/12 | 4 Comments
The crew at Evil Aliens, an independent studio based in Canberra, Australia have let us know that they've launched a crowd-funding project to raise some dollars for their work-in-progress action adventure game ORBITOR.

According to the brief, the team has been working on Orbitor for the last two years in their spare time, and although it's looking rather polished in its current state, Evil Aliens is calling on pledges to assist with "legal expenses, software licenses, computer hardware and advertising".

Built on Unity engine tech, the game is said to be in the works for PC, Mac and Linux (and is also vying for a spot on Steam Greenlight). Check out the Kickstarter pitch video below, or this alpha gameplay demonstration for a good idea on what to expect, and head over to the Kickstarter page if you're interested in supporting this Aussie indie title.




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Superpiccolo
Posted 04:07pm 02/10/12
Wait, Kickstarter....? I didn't think that was an option available for anyone based outside the US. Has something changed or have these guys found a way around all that..?
Mantorok
Posted 04:37pm 02/10/12
Must have changed, since this page exists http://www.kickstarter.com/discover/cities/brisbane-aus
do0b
Posted 06:11pm 02/10/12
projects seem to still be getting decent funding on that site, I would have thought it would have become flooded with crap (which it seems it has) and consumers would have lost inerest after the few big guys cashed in on it in the beginning.
Ryan
Posted 03:37am 04/10/12
Backed it, looks bloody awesome (read: beautiful). Plus supporting Aussie game development that isn't iOS? Hells yeah!
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