Bear Simulator is the World's First Bear Simulator

Video Bear Simulator is the World's First Bear Simulator

March 24, 2014

Join the Kickstarter now for some pre-launch Pic-a-nic Basket DLC.

Star Citizen Opening Will Blow Your Mind

Video Star Citizen Opening Will Blow Your Mind

December 28, 2013

It's an FPHS - First Person HOLY SHIT.

Kung Fury: A Kickstarter Film Worth Pledging

Video Kung Fury: A Kickstarter Film Worth Pledging

December 28, 2013

It has all the essentials: Nazis, Norse Gods, and Ninjas. Support the Kickstarter here.

The Ultimate Kickstarter Game

Picture The Ultimate Kickstarter Game

December 11, 2013

This would actually be an awesome platformer, back me up on this.

Draw Your Own Electronics With This Nifty Pen

Video Draw Your Own Electronics With This Nifty Pen

November 25, 2013

We hope it's more fun than the Ouya, which we can all admit was a terrible pen.

Article The Bloody, Bloody History of Horror Games

By Jake Young / November 21, 2013

The Bloody, Bloody History of Horror Games

Playing With Fear is a documentary film and web series that will explore the history of scary games and the twisted minds who made them. Most of the budget is going towards travel expenses as the crew goes across the world to interview game developers because as it turns out, horror games are an international endeavor. They'll meet with studios from across Europe, Asia, and America who have all been squirting out nightmare fuel like a spastic cuttlefish (note to self, eat a delicious meal as a reward for writing that last analogy). One of the first things released by the project is this incredible 3 minute walkthrough of the decades-long history of horror in interactive media, from the nonsensical blips of the Atari era right up until the indie-horror renaissance we've been experiencing with titles like Amnesia and Outlast:

Mega Man Dances for Mighty No. 9

Picture Mega Man Dances for Mighty No. 9

October 03, 2013

Mega Busted that fundraising goal real good.

Article 3 Surefire Tips To Having a Successful Videogame Kickstarter

By Andrew Bridgman / July 31, 2013

Cannot stress this enough: being developer Tim Schafer is the most important thing you can do to ensure the success of your videogame Kickstarter. Being Tim Schafer gives your project the air of quality that simply isn't there for projects run by non-Tim Schafers.

People who have been Tim Schafer have a 100% success rate (see: Double Fine Adventure, Massive Chalice), and have had all their projects funded well beyond the initial goal. Those who pledged seemed to have an implicit trust in projects run by people with the name, physical body, and history of Tim Schafer.

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Kickstarter Fandango

Video Kickstarter Fandango

August 15, 2012

Kickstart your way to fame and fortune.

Comic Kickstopper

By Julia Lepetit and Andrew Bridgman / April 30, 2012

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