Developer Robomodo has a goal of $35,000, offering up spots in the credits of the game, along with posters and t-shirts for donations. Those who put up $5,000 or more receive an executive producer credit, likeness in the game and a studio tour -- but they'll have to pay their own way and hotel while visiting the Chicago studio.
Robomodo's previous efforts were the shelf-filling Tony Hawk: Ride and Tony Hawk: Shred. Holding up the skateboard peripheral to your Kinect in Bodoink will instantly generate an on-screen apology.*
*Not true, but that's something we'd pay for in a Kickstarter.
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