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Sticky Bees: Unleashed (for iPhone, iPad & more!)

A project in Lawrence, KS by Fourfire

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Sticky Bees: Unleashed is the deep and addicting sequel to the "slide-smash" original Sticky Bees. Fun for absolutely anyone age 1-100!
Backers: 52
Average Pledge Per Backer: $116

Funded: $6,025 of $29,000
Dates: Mar 4th -> Apr 5th (32 days)
Project By: Fourfire
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Latest News

The campaign has ended. Thank you to all backers!

April 5th - via:
Well, it didn't happen, but that's okay!On behalf of the Fourfire team, I would like to thank every backer that believed in a Sticky Bees sequel! Honestly, we were hoping the attention from Game Informer would have been a more direct influence for... (Read More)

Today is SHARE day!

March 29th - via:
We're in the final stretch!Hey friends!  6 days left to go and we're not there, but we've seen big donors come through so we know they're out there.  Maybe it's one of your friends that has yet to see the campaign or play Sticky Bees! Today, share... (Read More)

Sticky Bee: the plush toy!

March 25th - via:
The prototype is here!You know you want a Sticky Bee of your VERY own!  Have you pledged at least $40? Then you will get one! Also, stay tuned for a special update this Thursday as we head into our final week.  Get ready to share this with your... (Read More)

Game Informer article hits this week!

March 12th - via:
6 pages of Sticky BeesHey everyone!  Sticky Bees will be featured in April's Game Informer!  It's the one with Thief on the cover!  Look for it this week if you subscribe or head to your local GameStop to pick one up! This would be a great time to... (Read More)

Sticky Bees Unleashed upon Kickstarter

March 8th - via:
Sticky Bees is a weird, simple, adorable iOS game about smashing hundreds of bugs with your big bee body. That bee body has legs, it would seem, as developer Fourfire is working on a sequel for iOS and Android. (Read More)

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