Scorn Scrupulously Goes To Kickstarter

Ebb Software has a very ambitious game in Scorn, and they’ve put it up on Kickstarter, but not of their own accord.

On their site, they explain that they’ve gone to crowdfunding as a result as the devs have a lot of reservations with the funding model. To mitigate all the bad things they dislike about the platform, they are placing limits on rewards and pledge amounts. Most rewards will be digital and pledge tiers cap off at € 200. Of course, fans are free to pledge more as they wish.

The game itself is a deliberately obscured first person horror adventure game, and even the playable character does not seem human. You can learn about it in the official pitch below and fund the game here.

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