Sometimes gamers like dumping money into projects that put creativity and fun first and foremost. Well, the following three games fit that bill, and they're also crowd-sourced games. One of the titles is already fully funded, but it doesn't hurt to make people aware of it.
Android console and continues to seek investor funding. Android games console Ouya made headlines for its runaway success on crowd funding site Kickstarter, but it seems money wasn't the priority of Ouya's Kickstarter push.Click her... Read Post
Kickstarter can be a wonderful way to fund a video game, but as I’ve said for some time now, the rules are pretty vague. Only one thing is certain when you put your money into a Kickstarter project: there’s no way to know whether yo... Read Post
The role-playing tabletop game based on the series of popular sci-fi adventures from Palladium Books has officially been funded on Kickstarter. The project racked in an amazing $1,442,312 on a very moderate $70,000 goal. That is som... Read Post