There really aren’t enough games inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft. Outside of the Call of Cthulhu series and Guillermo Del Toro’s InSane — which may or may not be cancelled — “Lovecraftian” isn’t a word you hear very often when talking about video games. The Cases of Kingsport aims to inject a little more Lovecraft into our favorite genre, but for it to see the light of day, its developer needs money. Unfortunately, the game’s kickstarter campaign is nearing its end and they haven’t quite reached 50% of their modest $20k goal.
With three days left, I’d like to see if we can change that. Let’s give this game an epic final push. I can’t imagine it’ll receive the remaining funds in the next few days, but we can try.
You can support The Kingsport Cases by donating to its Kickstarter campaign, and you may also help it get distribution on Steam Greenlight. If you’d like to play it yourself, they have a *rough* alpha demo that can be downloaded on their Kickstarter page.
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