Studio MONO’s Retro-Futuristic RPG InSomnia has been fully funded on Kickstarter, reaching its goal of £55,000 with just over a day left in the campaign. In addition, the campaign has also achieved three further stretch goals already thanks to the Unreal Developer Grant, and is working on meeting new stretch goals as the campaign winds down.
“From the moment we revealed our intention of revisiting Kickstarter, our incredible community came out in force. We’re humbled that so many of them have come back and help fund the last stages of development for InSomnia,” said Anatoliy Guyduk, lead developer at Studio MONO. “We are now in the twilight hours of our campaign and really excited to see what additional goals we can achieve together! If you’ve not already pledged, there’s still time and there’s some incredible rewards.”
InSomnia is a dystopian vision, set in a murky, retro-futuristic style and takes place on a colossal, semi-deserted interplanetary space station. Having left their dying planet behind, this space metropolis, along with its inhabitants, has been moving towards the distant, ghost-like Evacuation Point for the past 400 years, where the descendants of the once great people hope to start over the history of mankind.
The three stretch goals met due to the Unreal Developer Grant include implementing a trading economy, adding an all-knowing Magic 8-Ball for advice, and a new arena area. Having met their £57,000 goal, an anatomically correct mechanical pet for your base will be added to the game as well. With 28 hours to go (at the time of this article), there’s still three more stretch goals that can be met.
You can check out the InSomnia prologue demo as well, and if InSomnia sounds like it’s up your alley, head on over to their Kickstarter campaign and help them reach the rest of their stretch goals! A pledge of £14 or more will get you a DRM-Free digital copy and Steam copy of InSomnia and an in-game item starter set.
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