three days left in the Kickstarter campaign for his horror game debut Neverending Nightmares, developer Matt Gilgenbach is offering a laundry list of add-ons to bring in more funding. Add-ons include a la carte purchases of previously higher tier-exclusive developer videos, a digital art book, and bonuses like developer commentary and additional copies of the game.
Though the add-ons are aimed at the over 2,400 who have already helped fund a large portion of the game, it's an enticing offer for those interested in bonuses previously exclusive to pricier funding tiers. Add-ons range from digital to physical items with prices that can be added to a user's existing funding amount.
The Neverending Nightmares Kickstarter campaign funding total hovers under $70,000, still a ways from its $99,000 goal. A demo for the game is available for potential backers to play. Neverending Nightmares – a game inspired by Gilgenbach's battle with mental illness – is planned for launch on PC, Mac, Linux and Ouya at the same time; currently slated for August 2014 according to the Kickstarter page.
For more on Neverending Nightmares, make sure to watch our recent video preview.
Neverending Nightmares dev offering add-ons in attempt to meet Kickstarter goal
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