Void of Darkness is a Starship action RPG inspired by Starflight 1 & 2 by Binary Systems 1989 and Distant Worlds by CodeForce. Explore, trade, fight, upgrade!
Battle against intelligent monster AI in this procedurally generated dungeon crawler. Featuring gorgeous art from Matthias Andre! This Kickstarter has already been fully funded and was using Flash with Air, they have now switched to Unity and will fully support Linux!
Do you want to know what happened during the last week in the crowdfunding world, as well as what are the new projects worth of your attention? You've come to the right place then, as [b]The Funding Crowd[/b] is here to inform you about all this and more!
Frontiers - Explore, Discover & Survive had a great start on KS and comes with a native Linux version (not as a stretchgoal).
Here comes a new issue of [b]The Funding Crowd[/b], with more content, more updates, more writers... but the usual lack of punctuality.
Josh Klint of Leadwerks emailed me to ask me to shout out his new Kickstarter aimed at bringing Leadwerks over to Linux, unlike Unity3D the editor itself from Leadwerks will be on Linux as well enabled you to make games on Linux for Linux!
[b]The Funding Crowd[/b] is back, as usual full of news and reviews of the most interesting crowdfunding projects you can throw your money at. Get your wallets ready!
The Maker's Eden is a first-person point-and-click adventure in three parts from indie studio ScrewyLightbulb. Presented in the style of a motion comic with explore-able (and sometimes panoramic) scenes and stylised, comic-esque dialogue systems, the story drops you into a sci-fi noir world with no clue who you are, where you are, or even why you are.
Abducted is a game in which you play an ordinary person thrust into extraordinary circumstances. Abducted by aliens and taken thousands of light years from home, you have one ultimate goal: Escape
[color=#222222][font=arial, sans-serif]Combat Cats: Help avoid catastrophe at Kitty Island in this RPG Puzzle Adventure![/font][/color]+
Did you really think we'd miss our weekly meeting to discuss the news and olds about crowdfunding? We'd never do such a thing! Granted, we arrive a day late, but we hope that absence does really make the heart go yonder and thus you'll read this new instalment of [b]The Funding Crowd[/b] with more pleasure than ever.
Dungeon of Elements is an RPG with combat inspired by Dr. Mario & Tetris. Crafting, gear, pets, a branching story, and more. It has announced Linux support as of today and is already 50%+ funded with 20 days still to go!
The third edition of [b]The Funding Crowd[/b] has arrived, and we're ready to review what happened last week in the crowdfunding world and to present to you the most interesting campaigns, big and small.
This is the second edition of [b]The Funding Crowd[/b], our weekly review of crowdfunded Linux games, including the most interesting of the newest campaigns as well as a recap of what happened during the last week (11 days actually).
With the explosion over the past year of crowdfunding campaigns offering some kind of Linux support, I've taken a look at why Linux support as a stretch goal can work against rather than for a campaign.
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