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First stunning screenshot from Project Eternity

Obsidian has released the first environment screenshot from its runaway Kickstarter-hit Project Eternity.

By 12 October 2012

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Project Eternity smashes into Kickstarter

A new RPG from Chris Avellone, Tim Cain, Josh Sawyer and Obsidian Entertainment has exploded onto Kickstarter, smashing its US$1.1 million funding goal within the first day.

By 17 September 2012

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How to ensure eternal life for your open-source project?

It's nice to release source code. But how do you make sure it sticks?

By 23 February 2008

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Arcadia Quest board game smashes Kickstarter funding in an hour

Cool Mini or Not's miniatures board game Arcadia Quest has exploded on to Kickstarter, shooting past its target funding goal in less than an hour.

By 26 February 2014

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Torment becomes highest funded Kickstarter game

The Kickstarter campaign for Torment: Tides of Numenera has ended on an epic high, becoming the highest funded single game ever on the crowd-funding website.

By 8 April 2013

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New game from Myst, Riven dev hits Kickstarter

Cyan, the developer of fantastical puzzle-adventure game Myst and its sequel Riven, has joined the ranks of those eschewing the third-party publisher in favour of crowdfunding.

By 18 October 2013

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Planescape: Torment successor takes Kickstarter by storm

Colin McComb and Brian Fargo's Planescape: Torment successor has finally arrived on Kickstarter, with a massive bang.

By 7 March 2013

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Planescape: Torment successor? Yes, please!

Chris Avellone has given his blessing for Colin McComb's Planescape: Torment successor, which is currently in the very early stages of development.

By 11 December 2012

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Chris Avellone joins the Torment team

With just two days to go on the Torment: Tides of Numenera Kickstarter campaign, a host of new talents have been added to the team.

By 4 April 2013

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Sculpture carrying human DNA to be sent into the depths

"I want to brand eternity as an art piece," says a Danish artist who's sending human blood and hair to the bottom of the sea.

By 2 May 2013