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Armikrog Funded, Including Stretch Goal For Wii U Version

Posted on Thursday, June 27 @ 07:37:50 Eastern by Keri_Honea



Doug TenNapel, creator of Earthworm Jim, and Pencil Test Studios have successfully funded their Kickstarter project, Armikrog, a point-and-click claymation adventure game.

The game required $900,000 for funding, and the funding progress was rather intermittent. It had a fast start, but then it slowed down greatly. After the studio announced that if they hit $950,000 they would create a Wii U version, the game hit the $900,000 goal with 13 hours left on the clock.

As of this article, the fundraiser has 97 minutes left, and it has secured $950,327, thereby ensuring a Wii U version.

It's definitely an unusual-looking game to say the least, and it's another victory for the indie market. Did you fund this game?

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