Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey hits Kickstarter target, gameplay footage released

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By on February 17, 2013 at 4:32 pm

In just over a week, generous backers have met and exceeded Red Thread Games’ US $850,000 Kickstarter goal for Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey. A new thank you video has been released, but the developer has also posted new stretch goals – Mac and Linux versions, something called The Loremaster, and at $1 million, “A Longer Journey”. More goals will be added as required and the team is teasing something called “The Longest Journey Home” as its final stretch goal.

But enough talk: here’s some “very early prototype footage” with placeholder character models and environmental assets; the final game will look quite different, and will have a better frame rate and user interface, as well as improved animations.

Source: Kickstarter

4 comments (Leave your own)

Defiantly looking forward to this game. I have put my $25.00 towards it. I would also like to see games.on.net to do an article on games that are struggling on kickstarter like Project Awaken.

 

Not everything needs to be supported if it can’t get enough funds thats the point.

 

After they release this, I’d like to see a HD remake of the original Longest Journey.

 

cyrinno,

Yes, that is true, but did you yourself look up the game Project Awaken? It needs sites like games.on.net to say hey look at this and then if it doesn’t make it after getting the same exposure as games like Dreamfall and Shadowrun Returns (which I have donated to as well) then yeah…if it doesn’t get the funds then no go.

 
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