Edge Of Destruction Halfway Through Campaign On Kickstarter

Kickstarters help bring projects to life, that’s honestly what it does. But it’s up to the people to not only help these projects get funded, but to also come...
Edge of Destruction

Kickstarters help bring projects to life, that’s honestly what it does. But it’s up to the people to not only help these projects get funded, but to also come up with truly great ideas that’ll inspire them to pledge and support the project. For if you don’t have that, you won’t get it made. This goes especially for video games, as the future of the project depends on you selling what makes it special. One such special project is Edge of Destruction. A 2.5D action/adventure game that is currently on Kickstarter and nearly halfway through its campaign.

So, what makes Edge of Destruction so special? Well, the world for one is very special. As it’s filled with many magical and mythical creatures that you get to explore and play as. Add to that, the team has made a very special and deep story that you get to help flesh out on your journey. Your choices and paths are yours to take, and yours alone. But that also means that the ending of the game will be based solely on what you do.

In the story, you’ll play as a character who has a vision, one of the evil Strigons wiping out all life on the planet itself and taking over. Seeking answers for what you saw, you go and find some mighty Shamans, who relay to you just how real and dangerous this threat is. To help save all live on the planet, you must travel all over and talk with the other races, building up alliances and being ready for it coming for you all.

Along the way, you’ll meet new companions, get tons of quests, and do whatever it takes to stop the Strigons. The game is seeking $45,000, and will be on on Kickstarter until August 5th, if this sounds like a fun game to see made, go and support it.

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