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Into the Stars

A project in Santa Monica, CA by Fugitive Games

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A single player open-world journey through a distant solar system. Scavenge resources, manage your ship and lead your crew in combat.
Backers: 4131
Average Pledge Per Backer: $27

Funded: $111,275 of $85,000
Dates: Jan 5th -> Feb 4th (30 days)
Project By: Fugitive Games
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Latest News

Into the Stars Getting a Limited Edition Vinyl Soundtrack

February 22nd - via:
On March 4, Into the Stars will finally warp out of Early Access. As a means to celebrate this event, they’ve partnered with iam8bit to press 1,000 records with the Into the Stars soundtrack. (Read More)

Successful Kickstarter Videogame Campaigns for Feb 2015

March 1st - via:
February was a shot month but there was no shortage of Kickstarter videogame campaigns. We take a look at all 27 successful Kickstarter videogame campaigns. (Read More)

Fugitive Games say Kickstarter backers 'much more savvy now'

February 20th - via:
Former DICE project lead Ben Jones successfully Kickstarted Into the Stars but didn't find it easy, he tells IncGamers. (Read More)

Forums are Live!

February 3rd - via:
As we wind down the remaining hours of our campaign we wanted to let you all know that the Official Fugitive Games Forums are finally live! Be sure and head over, register and start chatting with your fellow Into the Stars fans! We'll be expanding... (Read More)

Last Day!

February 3rd - via:
It has been quite the month for us here at Fugitive Games and, thanks to you, we now have the funding necessary to make Into the Stars shine. This could be our final public update, so we wanted to thank those of you who may have only contributed by... (Read More)

Sights & Sounds

January 29th - via:
Hello again, We've got some fun audio / visual updates for you all today that we think you'll enjoy: Two new uncut videos of pre-alpha gameplay, the complete podcast we did with Space Game Junkie and our new Wiki! Fly the (not so) Friendly SkiesThese... (Read More)

Extra! Extra!

January 28th - via:
Hello friends, We want to keep you all fed with a steady diet of information this week, and to that end we thought another update was in order. Blog PostThe Fugitive Blog has just been updated with a new post that examines your Core Modules and the... (Read More)

Final Week!

January 27th - via:
Hello backers, We're into our final 7 days of this amazing campaign and we're hoping for a really strong week to close things out. To that end, we'll be updating you all a bit more and showing some new content to get the wheels turning. ... (Read More)

Gameplay Details

January 22nd - via:
Hello again, The team has been very focused on the game this week but we wanted to be sure that you, our amazing backers, had the chance to check out some recently emerging gameplay details. Module ManagementWe just updated the Development Blog with... (Read More)

January Kickstarter Picks

January 17th - via:
A rundown of gamrReview's current favorite Kickstarter games... (Read More)

Into the Goal!

January 16th - via:
Hey all, Well, we did it - Earlier today we crossed the $85k target we set as our goal and we have you to thank. Every share, tweet and mention helped to get us this far and we're truly thankful for your support.  Sharing our dream of Into the Stars... (Read More)

Stretch Goal Update

January 12th - via:
Hey everyone, You all have posed some questions and concerns about our stretch goals that we’d like to address.  First and foremost, our focus is on delivering a quality and polished PC title with our $85k goal. The stretch goals will not have a... (Read More)

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January 11th - via:
Every week dozens of Kickstarter Video Game campaigns are launched, we check out all of the Kickstarter Video Game campaigns! (Read More)

Stretch Goals announced, new trailer, 90% of Kickstarter funding complete

January 9th - via:
Hello again, After only a week we're nearing our initial goal and this is all thanks to you, our generous backers. Meeting the $85k mark will allow us to build the quality game you all deserve, but we'd like to take things further and that's why... (Read More)

Week One Recap

January 9th - via:
Hello everyone, We're exhausted after an amazing and busy week, but wanted to send out an update in case you missed any of the major Into the Stars news this week. Before that however we just had to take another opportunity to thank you all as we're... (Read More)

Half Way Home

January 6th - via:
Hello friends, The Ark-13 appears to be the Little Star Ship That Could as you've propelled the Kickstarter raise for Into the Stars more than half way past our initial goal. We're absolutely humbled and so thankful that the game we're making has... (Read More)

Oh what a day...

January 6th - via:
Day One is almost in the books and we could not be more thankful for this tremendous show of support. What you all have demonstrated is a clear demand for quality, fun experiences and with your help that's exactly what we'll deliver! We've received... (Read More)

Into The Stars Is A Space Captain Sim On Kickstarter

January 6th - via:
The space game genre seemed to vanish around ten years ago. It returned in 2013, flourished last year, and is now reaching the point where it’s hard to continue describing “space” as a genre. (Read More)

Into The Stars Kickstarter Campaign Blasts Off; Unreal Engine 4 Powered 'Oregon Trail' Space Title Needs Your Help

January 5th - via:
The game is a massive, Unreal Engine 4 fueled journey into the great unknown and combines the journey elements of Oregon Trail with the shipbuilding gameplay of FTL, with a dash of Battlestar Galactica tossed in. Everything is at your control: your destination is set (which we will lovingly call ‘Space Oregon’ - Sporegon?), but how you get there is up to you. (Read More)

Into the Stars Kickstarter Campaign Underway, Screens Unveiled

January 5th - via:
Assemble your crew and join the fight (Read More)

Into The Stars, A Jaw Dropping Oregon Trail & FTL Love Child

January 5th - via:
Into The Stars is an open world space sim now on Kickstarter that's like Oregon Trail meets FTL. (Read More)

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