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A project in Mountain View, CA by bobsgame

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The infamous cult Action RPG by one person- The last great 16-bit game! A mix of "Zelda," "Pokemon," "Harvest Moon," and "Earthbound."
Backers: 223
Average Pledge Per Backer: $47

Funded: $10,409 of $10,000
Dates: Apr 23rd -> May 23rd (30 days)
Project By: bobsgame
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Latest News

Bob's Game Kickstarter Resurfaces After Nearly 2 Years, And It's Not Good

January 21st - via:
After no news for the best part of 2 years Bob's Game finally has an update about why it isn't in your Steam library right now and won't be for a long while (Read More)

Reddit and Hacker News

May 6th - via:
This post is for backers only. Please visit and log in to read. (Read More)

Bob's Game Is Back

April 28th - via:
Bob's Game, one of the most bizarre and interesting stories surrounding indie gaming, has resurfaced on Kickstarter. Back in 2008, Robert Pelloni announced that he had spent over 5 years and over 15,000 hours developing an RPG called Bob's Game, which he wanted to release on Nintendo DS. (Read More)

Pure, Unfiltered Insanity in Bob’s game

April 27th - via:
Holy crap. Okay, before you do anything, before you even finish reading this article, go over to Kickstarter and watch the promotional video for Bob’s Game. It’s a game about a game called Bob’s Game, made by a company called Bobsgame. I visited the official website after I watched the video on Kickstarter and I just have no idea whatsoever what to make of all this. The website itself is nothing less than a short novel detailing the development of the game and all the emotional hardships and defeats that the developer, Bob, when through. On the website, there’s even a video where Bob and a few of his friends roll on into the Nintendo World Store, hanging up flyers, harassing customers, and putting his game on the shelves. (Read More)

Kickstarter - Bob's Game Kickstarter Launched, Features Wii U Stretch Goal

April 24th - via:
Fancy playing a game which mizes elements from The Legend of Zelda, Harvest Moon, Earthbound & Pokemon? Well look no further as a new Kickstarter campaign has launched for “Bob’s Game”. (Read More)

Bob's Game, One Of The Strangest Stories In Indie Gaming, Is Back

April 24th - via:
In 2008, a man named Robert Pelloni made headlines with an ambitious claim: he'd spent thousands of hours working on an indie role-playing game called Bob's Game, and he wanted to release it for Nintendo DS. (Read More)

Bob's Game is back with (of course) a Kickstarter

April 24th - via:
Bob's Game is one of the strangest indie stories in gaming history. And now, Bob's back. (Read More)

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