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A project in Oxford, United Kingdom by Simon Roth

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Maia is a new god game from indie developer Simon Roth.
Backers: 8115
Average Pledge Per Backer: £17

Funded: £140,481 of £100,042
Dates: Oct 31st -> Nov 28th (29 days)
Project By: Simon Roth
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Investment In Kickstarter Games Slows in 2014

October 2nd - via:
Investment in projects for news games on Kickstarter appears to have slowed in the first half of 104 with the trending looking like it could be much lower compared to 2013. (Read More)

Maia turns to Steam Greenlight

July 7th - via:
Ambitious colony-building sim Maia has joined the thronging masses on Steam Greenlight. It shouldn’t have too much trouble gaining support, because it already managed to storm through a successful Kickstarter last year, as well as an Indiegogo campaign. An alpha version was recently made available to backers, but if you missed out and can’t wait to get on board, sign up for the newsletter to find out the moment pre-orders open. (Read More)

Maia Joins Steam's Greenlight After Successful Kickstarter Campaign

July 4th - via:
There appears to be a relatively straightforward process many indie developers have been taking on lately where you head to Kickstarter to get some money for the game you want to make, and then you head to Steam's Greenlight so people will eventually want to buy your game once it gets finished. That's exactly what Simon Roth and Machine Studios are doing with the upcoming Maia . (Read More)

Godus Kickstarter conjures £50k in late funding surge

December 19th - via:
Just under 1,300 new backers pledge support for god game in less than a day as campaign goes to the wire (Read More)

Kickstarter Katchup

November 2nd - via:
The British are coming! Lock up your tea, crumpets, biscuits, mild sexual innuendo and depressing postcards of empty beaches, because the toodle-pipping rotters need all that and more to fuel their infernal game-machines. The beginning of the Britstarter era brings a great deal of tempting prospects for your perusal – for starters, we’ve got the spirit of Bullfrog, the sequel to The Ship, a martial arts masterclass, dark fantasies and a dash of tweedpunk robo-horror. Never change, fair isles of wonder, never change. (Read More)

Maia launches on Kickstarter UK

October 31st - via:
Whenever I say "space colony management game" I always feel like I'm hurling too many syllables at people, but that's exactly what Maia is, combining influences from The Sims, Dungeon Keeper and Dwarf Fortress. Creator Simon Roth is based in Oxford and his is one of the first British games to launch on Kickstarter today. (Read More)

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