Indie gaming movie featuring Aussie devs just shy of funding on Kickstarter

Game Loading

By on August 9, 2013 at 6:27 pm

Reader Matt sends word that the Kickstarter-powered indie gaming film Game Loading: Rise of the Indies is currently sitting just shy of its $50,000 goal.

The film needs $3,700 in the next five days to push it over the line. It’s being created right here in Australia and will feature Australian indie developers, alongside their counterparts in the USA, Europe and Japan.

With the funds raised, they’ll add input from the creators of games like Minecraft, FTL, Machinarium, Guacamelee and more.

Take a look at the Kickstarter site and see if you’re moved to donate. $15 gets you a digital download of the film, with more at the higher tiers.

3 comments (Leave your own)

Looks like it’ll make it as it’s $3,300 off now.

They’ve certainly interviewed a lot of interesting characters, but I’ll wait until other people tell me if it’s any better than Indie Game: The Movie (as it had very little on the development side, and more on the emotions of being a poor artist, and they only interviewed already successful developers).

 
pinkwithhappiness

Thanks GON – backed! :)

 

Would like to see this come to steam like Indie Game: The Movie

 
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