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Local indie team Turbo Pixel has revealed through a Kickstarter update that they will be pulling the plug on the crowdfunding drive for arena shooter Reflex, though not on the game itself.

The Melbourne crew were quite honest in their latest update, noting that while the Kickstarter campaign has raised a significant amount of funding, it won't be enough to hit the targeted goal of $360,000. Luckily, this isn't the end of Reflex, with the team now focusing their efforts onto Steam Greenlight.

"The best way to get people excited about Reflex has always been to give them a copy to try for themselves. This has always been the approach we'd prefer to take. We want to grow the game alongside the community, we want to watch people's twitch streams, play their maps, download their frag films and jump on their servers to get our asses handed to us."

while Turbo Pixel are now looking to Early Access for development funding, the team has noted they'll be looking at offering some of the physical rewards featured on the Kickstarter campaign. A demo is expected to arrive soon, so keep your eyes peeled on the official website.

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