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A project in Cambridge, United Kingdom by Gameware Europe

Cancelled by Creator

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Backers: 336
Average Pledge Per Backer: £48

Funded: £16,000 of £100,000
Dates: Sep 20th -> Oct 20th (30 days)
Project By: Gameware Europe
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Latest News

GamingOnLinux - The Funding Crowd 21 (Oct 4th-13th)

October 14th - via:
Welcome back to The Funding Crowd, issue #2 ACS (After the Crowd Sourcing). You may notice that the amount of content has been somehow reduced, but we're always for quality before quantity. Moreover, in this new epoch of the column we'll try to go back to one of its original goals: focusing on the true Hidden Gems, those worthy projects lacking the necessary attention and coverage for becoming big hits. (Read More)

James Pond Kickstarter goes belly up

October 10th - via:
The James Pond Kickstarter is no more. Since it was nowhere near succeeding, the developers canceled the crowd-funding project. (Read More)

The James Pond Kickstarter Campaign Flounders and is Cancelled

October 10th - via:
If you were a fan of fish-based platform games in the 90s, you probably played James Pond or its sequels. The folks at Gameware Europe tried to resurrect James Pond via Kickstarter last month, and we’re very unhappy to report that the campaign was cancelled a few days ago when the team decided they weren’t going to hit the mark. (Read More)

'James Pond' Kickstarter campaign scrapped due to lack of funding

October 9th - via:
The James Pond Kickstarter is scrapped with 12 days still to go. (Read More)

James Pond Kickstarter canceled following poor performance

October 9th - via:
Platformer reboot fails to ignite fan interest (Read More)

James Pond Kickstarter has been cancelled by Gameware

October 8th - via:
The James Pond Kickstarter has been cancelled by the developer Gameware, as it felt the project wasn’t going to meet its funding goal. (Read More)

Kickstarter for new James Pond cancelled

October 8th - via:
Gameware Europe’s Kickstarter for its new James Pond project has ended. The campaign had until October 20 to raise a total of £100,000, but it seemed like funds would fall well short of that goal. (Read More)

Coming to an early end

October 7th - via:
Hello Everyone! Today after much discussion and thought we made the difficult decision to end our campaign early. Although we have 12 days to go it's clear that we aren't going to make our £100,000 goal, so instead of pretending otherwise and... (Read More)

Chris Sorrell introduces "The Carped Crusader"!

October 3rd - via:
So I just had an idea that might just be the one I was looking for to round off the new concept. To me a Pond game should have a name that: - Encapsulates a new role for Pond, one that conjures up a silly juxtapositional alter-ego for him (Robocod... (Read More)

A Message From James Pond!

October 3rd - via:
James Pond has risked life and fin to deliver a message to you lovely Kickstarter people! Later this week we'll be doing an AMA session with myself Jeremy and Chris, details for that coming soon.And tomorrow myself and Chris will be revealing some... (Read More)

Teaser Trailer

October 2nd - via:
Introducing Terror Fin! Updates with more details concerning the game coming later this week, including a reveal of the core mechanic!  (Read More)

Concept Art and Game Design

September 26th - via:
Fresh from the mind of Chris Sorrell we can now reveal the latest in our direction for the game, the High Concept, what Chris has planned and some early concept art! It's long, but bear with us because there's some awesome stuff in there, that... (Read More)

Backer Exclusive Close Facebook Group

September 25th - via:
This post is for backers only. Please visit and log in to read. (Read More)

Your Questions Answered!

September 24th - via:
Thanks for everyone's pledges so far! The response has been great and we are on target to make our funding goal. But your job isn't over yet! We need more backers, so help spread the word in any way you can and let's see Pond back!We also Cover: The... (Read More)

'James Pond' remake seeks £100,000 on Kickstarter

September 22nd - via:
A remake of the classic platformer game James Pond has been put on Kickstarter. The Gameware produced title has been put on the crowd-funding website, asking for £100,000 by October 7 in order to fund development. (Read More)

The James Pond Kickstarter is live with £100,000 needed for development

September 20th - via:
The James Pond Kickstarter has gone live and the developers is asking for £100,000 for development of the game. (Read More)

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