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Catapult for Hire

A project in Ogden, UT by Tyrone Henrie

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Explore a whimsical Nintendo 64 era world and discover its darkest secrets
Backers: 459
Average Pledge Per Backer: $17

Funded: $7,699 of $36,000
Dates: Feb 5th -> Mar 7th (30 days)
Project By: Tyrone Henrie
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March 5th - via:
Backers! Again, I can’t thank you all enough. Knowing there are people out there that support what I’ve done to any degree really makes all of the time I’ve put into this worthwhile. It’s been a wild ride! In the beginning the campaign was... (Read More)

How to catch fish with a catapult

February 24th - via:
Hi there party people! Well, here I am at the end of yet another series of all-nighters with another little something to show. Here is a fishing gameplay video! Here's a link to the video on Reddit if you want to... (Read More)

The adventure has just begun

February 13th - via:
Hey Backers! First off, I can't thank you all enough for supporting this project. It's such a humbling experience! This has been an arduous 4 year labor of love thus far and your support means the world to me. Although the campaign is off to a bit of... (Read More)

Catapult for Hire Kickstarter campaign has launched

February 10th - via:
Catapult for Hire Kickstarter campaign has launched Hoping to hit its target 1:30 PM on 02.10.2014 1 4 Reddit0Share0Tweet50Share6 Last time we heard about Catapult for Hire, it was taking its brightly colored physics-based puzzle-exploration to PAX Prime 2013. Since then, developer Tyrone Henrie has continued working on it as he has been for the past four years, and it has finally progressed to the point where it is now up on Kickstarter and Steam Greenlight. (Read More)

New Angle: Catapult For Hire Turns To Kickstarter

February 7th - via:
*Furiously bangs gavel on empty oil drum* Listen. You can go fishing with your catapult. I’ve been violently enthusing about Tyrone Henrie’s Catapult For Hire since I first encountered it in October of 2011. The game has been in development for three and a half years, and the freelance protagonist faces many of the struggles that are familiar to a hard-working indie developer, balancing projects and financial matters. The prototype I played was joyous, a whimsical and superbly crafted blend of high adventure and physics-based destruction. The Kickstarter is aiming for $36,000 to allow Tyrone to devote all his energies to the game for the first time and if it doesn’t succeed, I will be moved to believe that people do not care for wonderful and strange creations. (Read More)

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