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Keep the Peace : in-depth police strategy

A project in Toronto, Canada by Deliberative Entertainment
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KTP is a complex strategy video game where, as the Chief of Police, you are responsible for the safety and security of your city.
Backers: 758
Average Pledge Per Backer: $67 CAD

Funded: $50,833 CAD of $425,000 CAD
Dates: May 16th -> Jun 14th (30 days)
Project By: Deliberative Entertainment
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Latest News

Thank You + Next Steps!

June 14th - via: kickstarter.com
The Kickstarter campaign is now closed! A big thanks to you and everyone else who pledged, shared the campaign with their friends, and otherwise supported us over the past 4 weeks! Though we were unable to reach our funding goal on Kickstarter, the... (Read More)

New Gameplay Videos & Screenshots

June 12th - via: kickstarter.com
Kickstarter Supporters, Over the past two weeks we've been hard at work on 3 new videos and a bunch of new screenshots, to better show Keep the Peace in action. If you haven't already come across them on our Facebook page... (Read More)

One Week Down!

May 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
kickstarter.com Well, it's official! We're just a couple hours shy of completing our first week on Kickstarter. And with that great milestone comes a few others. We just got our 500th backer! More than five hundred people have joined the cause to... (Read More)

Major Update! Easier to get Beta & Alpha; Detailed Budget; Discord Server

May 18th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi Everyone! Happy Friday! We have a major update for you today. First of all, we've listened to your feedback. We said from the beginning we would manage the development of Keep the Peace in an open and transparent way, and that applies to the... (Read More)

1 Down, 28 to Go!

May 17th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi! I'm Nick Morris, the creator of Keep the Peace. Thank you for being one of the very first supporters of this project, and helping to lead the way as we march forward with our ambitious, challenging, but wholly achievable Kickstarter campaign! In... (Read More)

'Keep the Peace' Launches Kickstarter Campaign

May 17th - via: worthplaying.com
Keep the Peace is a law enforcement strategy game where, as the Chief of Police, you are responsible for the safety and security of your city. You'll make difficult decisions about the type of police force you want to create, and the way you'll approach crime, natural disasters, tensions in the community, and other issues in your jurisdiction. (Read More)

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