Sleepy Giant Launches Kickstarter for Upcoming Web and Mobile Game
September 23, 2013ndash; Want to play a game where you personally named the boss yoursquo;re about to battle? What about one where you met the whole team behind it at the gamersquo;s official launch party? Yeah you do.
Theyrsquo;ve got the production and art talent in the form of Jeff Matsuda and an all-star team of animators. Theyrsquo;ve got the development chops with an internal team of industry vets and support from Free Lunch Design. Theyrsquo;ve even got seven of the worldrsquo;s top cosplayers on board for the epic project. Now, Sleepy Giant Entertainment has launched a Kickstarter for the upcoming game Comic ConQuestreg; and needs a little help from its friends, fans and fellow nerds to expand on the teamrsquo;s vision.
Backers of the campaign can snag awesome stuff like early access to the game, art books, virtual swag bags, a spot in the game credits, exclusive invites to the Comic ConQuest launch party, character naming rights, level co-design opportunities and yes, the development teamrsquo;s everlasting appreciation.
ldquo;Sleepy Giant has been in the community management business a long time, and crowdfunding this project will not only help us make the vision a reality, it will bring the fan community on board in tangible ways,rdquo; said Executive Producer and Featured Artist Jeff Matsuda.ldquo;Wersquo;ve designed the Kickstarter incentives to give backers the chance to take ownership of bits and pieces of Comic ConQuest that will make it more personal than we ever could on our own.rdquo;
Slated for release in early 2014 on web, iOS and Android, Comic ConQuest is a party-based tactical RPG in which players battle their way through a comic con gone wrong, fighting enemies and collecting swag along the path to freedom. Costumed fans attending a local con have been trapped inside the convention center and transformed into the characters they portray by a mysterious villain known only as The Hoarder. Their cotton capes, cardboard swords and plastic plasma rifles have all become real, along with a host of super (or not-so-super) powers.
Money raised from thenbsp;Kickstarternbsp;campaign will go towardnbsp;building all the features, characters and detailed cosplay goodness you expect from a comic con game, including a guild system, with stretch goals for additional character groups and a level creation system. Support the project and score sweet one-of-a-kind rewards while yoursquo;re at it!nbsp;Get in the game and help make it anbsp;reality:nbsp; http://kck.st/16kZbIP
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