D.E.I. - Divide et Impera

Broken Sword - the Serpent's Curse Adventure

A project in York, United Kingdom by Revolution Software
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A new, original, Broken Sword game by Charles Cecil. Join the adventure and help us create the best Broken Sword game ever.
Backers: 14032
Average Pledge Per Backer: $55

Funded: $771,560 of $400,000
Dates: Aug 23rd -> Sep 22nd (30 days)
Project By: Revolution Software
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Latest News

Where Are The Crowdfunded Console Exclusives?

July 3rd - via: cliqist.com
When browsing crowdfunded titles, we typically assume they’re PC games. However support for consoles has been pretty prevalent. Though some users may scoff at the notion of opting for a console port when offered a PC option, there are actually quite a few benefits. Primarily, you know without a doubt that the game will run. From the sheer variety of operating systems and computer parts, we’ve all run into that situation in which a game that theoretically should run like a champ simply doesn’t. Even the most capable of computers aren’t immune to such irritating situations. (Read More)

Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse – Episode 2 Reviewed

May 14th - via: cliqist.com
When we left our heroes George Stobbart and Nico Collard, the duo was stranded on the roof of a burning building. After months of anxiously closing and reopening Steam, hoping for a massive “Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse” update, the second half of Revolution Software’s point and click action-adventure title has arrived. The first half of the game delivered gorgeous visuals, an engaging narrative, and inventive gameplay, setting a high standard for part two. (Read More)

Why Indie Game Devs Thrive Without Big Publishers

March 8th - via: mashable.com
With crowdfunding, publishing partnerships and console initiatives, indie video game developers find new avenues for releasing their work. (Read More)

Review – Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse – Episode 1

February 13th - via: cliqist.com
“Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse” marks the fifth installment in the classic “Broken Sword” franchise. “The Serpent’s Curse” offers familiar point-and-click action, while further developing unique animation, engaging plot, and clever dialogue. Whether you’re just meeting protagonists George and Nico or reuniting for another adventure, “Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse” is well-worth your time and money. (Read More)

Kickstarter 2013: Broken records, broken hearts

December 31st - via: gameplanet.com.au
Matt takes a look back at the year that was on Kickstarter: what got funded, what missed out, what was released, and what ran out of cash. (Read More)

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December 18th - via: makeuseof.com
Some small projects have made their way into player’s hands, and proven that crowdfunded games can be a hit. (Read More)

LGC: Kickstarter revolution has changed our relationship with gamers, says Broken Sword creator

November 13th - via: mcvuk.com
British video game development legend Charles Cecil believes there is no going back from the wave of crowd-funding brought about by Kickstarter - but that's not necessarily a bad thing. (Read More)

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October 24th - via: wired.com
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The Crowdfunding explosion is a few years old now, which means we, as a society and as consumers, are finally beginning to reap the rewards. The thing about game development is that it takes a while. Backing a Kickstarter isn’t like buying something in a store, it is at times, a bit like gambling. But instead of betting on numbers or horses you are betting on ideas, or more accurately their creators. Can they deliver on what they promise? (Read More)

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January 1st - via: pocketgamer.biz
In February 2012, an iPhone dock became the first Kickstarter campaign to raise more than a million dollars. It was an impressive feat, but just one month later, that record was smashed by a gaming project. Tim Schafer and Double Fine's Kickstarter campaign raised $3.3 million, and prompted an explosion in videogame crowdfunding. (Read More)

Charles Cecil launches Kickstarter for Broken Sword 5

August 23rd - via: pcgamesn.com
Oh, something's just slinked out of our in-house time portal, smoking and cold to the touch. What could it possibly be, you remnant of the past, you shadow of a memory? My god, it's a Kickstarter for a new Broken Sword game! By Charles Cecil and the original team! In two dimensions! Thank you, magnificent time portal. (Read More)

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