Acid Wizard Studios’ Darkwood reached its $40,000 funding goal today, with nearly a week to spare. They’re going to use the extra time their Indiegogo campaign has left (6 days) to see if they can’t achieve a handful of stretch goals that include DLC, a New Game+ mode, additional translations, and even multiplayer.
Darkwood is one of the cooler indie horror games on the horizon, with its procedurally generated world that’s different every time you play. It looks absolutely terrifying, so I’d very much like to see them succeed.
Darkwood may have achieved its funding goal, but that doesn’t mean you can’t help them reach their stretch goals, too. You can do so by donating to their Indiegogo campaign, and you can also help the game get distribution on Steam Greenlight here.
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