Tag Archives: Kickstarter

Preview – Angels and Demigods Visual Novel on Kickstarter

Visual novels are my guilty pleasure. In my younger days, I scoffed at these types of games. I was a late fan to the likes of Cobra and Snatcher on the Sega CD. That is why when I see a

Kickstarter – SMACH Z Hand Held Gaming PC

Hand held devices.  It seems everyone is getting in on the action of on the go gaming.  Nintendo is trying to bridge the gap between console and hand held with their upcoming Nintendo Switch.  Many clone makers have released Sega

Rad Rogers Brings Platformers Back on Playstation 4 and PC via Kickstarter

Side scrolling action platform games were once the kings of gaming.  This was around the 16-Bit era and as progress was made in hardware this once proud genre slowly withered and gave way to 3D platformers.  While there are the

Robot Roundup: 4 Robots to Change the World

Robots seem to be cropping up in the news a lot lately, and everyone likes a robot, right? There’s a robot stingray, cybernetic locusts, a bomb-carrying killer robot and Eric. Kevin AyreKevin is a veteran gamer, coder and artist with

Rocky Horror Picture Show Game Kickstarter Success

This is a cult classic movie that people either love or hate.  That is usually how these types of things go though, there is no real middle ground.  That is probably why Rocket Lolly Games LTD have decided to do

Paypal No Longer Protects Crowdfunding Supporters

For years now we have watched as Kickstarter projects have slipped past their product launch windows.  This sucks because people give cold hard cash to make these things happen.  For a while though, that pain was alleviated slightly thanks to

Evil Genome Now in Steam Greenlight Process

Earlier this year I covered Evil Genome, a 2.5D side scrolling action game coming to Steam.  Well, now just a couple of months later, I am now writing it up as now going through the Steam Greenlight process.  The team

Renegades Takes Star Trek Truly Into Darkness

It has been a decade since “Star Trek: Enterprise” went off the air, ending an 18-year run with at least one Trek series on the small screen. We’ve had nothing since. But you can’t fault the effort of numerous fan-powered