War for the Overworld gets 'Kickstarter demo', now on Steam Greenlight
Posted: 19.12.2012 13:53 by Simon Priest Comments: 1
Those dungeon dwellers, after a damn good slapping, have released an actual gameplay demo to give fans a taste of what War for the Overworld actually feels like. It's now halfway there with £75k pledged.

The team are "ecstatic" with 15 days to go to raise another £75k. They unveil new playable units and rooms as Subterranean gift our dark hearts with this demo - it's available now.

This gameplay taster replaces the previous 'showcase demo' that only really let us have a look around. There are five new units unveiled and the barracks room.

"First of all: THANK YOU FOR HELPING US REACH 75,000. We are overjoyed to have reached 50% of our goal! You are all wonderful to have supported us up to this point and we are looking forward to making a game that rekindle those your desire for a truly evil god game that encompasses and exceeds the games you played more than decade ago."

As of right now War for the Overworld needs a little more of our help as Subterranean Games has added their spiritual successor to Dungeon Keeper to the Steam Greenlight, so it awaits our support in votes.

"If we succeed all backers will be able to opt to receive a Steam copy of the game," said the latest Kickstarter update. "This will allow for seamless updates of their client and Dungeoneer toolkit as once our Bedrock Beta has launched. The multiplayer (and ease of use) feature(s) are the reason we aim to release on Steam."

The actual War for the Overworld gameplay demo is available via the official website.

Source: Kickstarter
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By SirRoderick (SI Elite) on Dec 19, 2012
50% at 50%? Should make it easily then! Wooo!