If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.
After a failed first attempt, the supernatural-themed indie horror game ReLive has lived up to its name and returned to Kickstarter with a tweaked campaign and a lower funding goal ($3,000, versus the first campaign’s $3,500).
I can respect a developer that takes the horror movie serial killer approach to crowdfunding. Just keep getting back up and eventually you’ll get your
This time around, developer Inactive Pixels has (smartly) decided to push the game’s demo. I’ve spent some time with it, and it’s definitely impressive. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again — if you’re looking to crowdfund a horror game, having a demo available early on in the campaign will do nothing but help. Unless it’s a bad demo, of course, but that’s not the case here.
If you’d like to support ReLive, you can do so on Kickstarter.
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