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Project GODUS just £22k from Kickstarter goal, just over 50 hours left
Posted: 19.12.2012 13:34 by Simon Priest Comments: 8
Holy flurking schnit! Just over 50 hours remain for 22cans' Project GODUS on Kickstarter and those final pledges are starting to pour in bringing them ever closer to that goal of £450,000.

The God sim is just about £22,000 away from reaching divinity. Peter Molyneux gives us a prototype look at multiplayer, and they tease what the volcanic God power would look like.

There are now over 13,500 backers pledging their faith money to 22cans. The Kickstarter campaign draws to a finish December 21st. Can GODUS make the home stretch?


Source: Kickstarter
Related games: Godus (PC)
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Comments

By SirRoderick (SI Elite) on Dec 19, 2012
SirRoderick
Might just make it then, still not planning to pledge though. I just can't hzlp but feel this is too much of a roll of the dice
By nocutius (SI Elite) on Dec 19, 2012
nocutius
They'll make it then, still two days left and only so little money needed.
I didn't pledge either but I'm still glad to see this getting made.
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Dec 19, 2012
herodotus
Hmmmm. Doubting Thomas here (Alert, Alert!). I've no doubt they will reach their goal, but I have strong doubts about the project. Looking too much like a touch-pad title for my liking and strongly resembling "From Dust" way too much.
By nocutius (SI Elite) on Dec 19, 2012
nocutius
Meh, From Dust was hardly a god game, it was basically just a weaker version of Lemmings.

Glad to see they made it, now they just need another 45k for coop and multiplayer :)
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Dec 20, 2012
herodotus
I stand by my statement Nocc, not that it ever stood by me.
By lichlord (SI Core) on Dec 20, 2012
lichlord
From dust was like a puzzle game for me it was fun but not the kind of fun youd get from playing b&w the big diffrence is in its "godhoodness" where in from dust you had to adapt to survive the hazards of the lands and solve the "puzzle" of it b&w gave you a choice on how to subjugate wether its by impressing/helping taking care of them or if its by raining your wrath upon them to make them fear you (or in b&w2 case conquest or making a big city)
By herodotus (SI Herodotus) on Dec 20, 2012
herodotus
But you do get my drift, if only a snow drift and not dust....