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October 15th, 2014, 08:46
The Flame in the Flood is now funded on kickstarter with twenty two days left, and the games developer The Molasses Flood talk about the games stretch goals.

We did it! We have officially hit our goal! Thank you everyone who has backed us, who has spread the word, who has offered help. The outpouring of support and kind words has been overwhelming.

We really didnít know how the campaign was going to go. Thereís been a lot of talk among developers about the decline of crowd funding, about how itís an extremely unpredictable route to go. Scary stuff to hear as we readied our project. Doing well can help secure the future for a team, doing poorly can torpedo projects. If a pitch with an investor or publisher goes poorly, itís pretty private. If a Kickstarter campaign goes poorly, everyone knows.

So thank you. The support of everyone is helping us in a huge way, not only in helping get this game made, but in putting us into a position that can help us well into the future. Our long term goal hasnít just been to make a game. Itís been to build a studio that makes many great games for years to come. We are taking the first steps on that journey with all of you, and hope that through your support, we are all ensuring a future where we can continue making the sorts of games we love.

This is step one. Very soon, we plan on announcing stretch goals. We have a lot more weíd love to do, and we still have weeks of this campaign ahead of us. We didnít want to talk about stretch goals until our initial goal was hit. Maybe itís superstitious, but we didnít want to start talking about best case scenarios until we hit our initial target. We are extremely excited to talk about some of our additional plans, and canít wait to start sharing them with you.

Thank you all so much for being a part of this.
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October 15th, 2014, 08:46
this feels more like they found perfect timing than creating something special

design for this is pretty hipster standard

usually the games with good ideas are shit with tech andresources (indie) - or misprioritize?!
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October 15th, 2014, 15:44
It's not an RPG, borcanu. Although their little movie didn't really say anything about gameplay.

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October 15th, 2014, 15:56
No it's a a rogue-lite game.

I happen to cover a variety of different games besides RPG's. So don't be shocked as I asked if any of you where interested in this two days ago.

The answer was yes.

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November 6th, 2014, 18:37
Flame in the Flood Kickstarer is now 9 hours from closing, only 3k from reaching the Endless Mode stretch goal!

It looks like now it's the time to back it, if you haven't done so already, or even up your pledge! Then you don't need to buy any other game, as you'll be able to play it endlessly!

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