Deadwood: The Forgotten Curse, Survival Horror On Kickstarter

March 18th we shared the news that Steamroller Studios started a Kickstarter campaign to help fund their current project, Deadwood: The Forgotten Curse. Just in case you aren’t familiar with the game, here’s our original detailed coverage.

Deadwood: The Forgotten Curse is an action/ adventure game with it’s roots in the survival horror genre.

Unfortunately they didn’t receive the funding needed to make the campaign a success, however they’re rebooting the campaign to launch on Tuesday April 14th. They’re getting the word out, hoping to rally the community behind them and this great looking game. Show your support by checking out their Thunderclap page, you’re able to sign up to be notified the moment the campaign goes live.

Has anything changed regarding the Kickstarter campaign this time around?

Yes, the reward tiers have been restructured and there are a lot of new Deadwood themed additions.

Do you have anything else lined up to help promote the relaunch?

Steamroller Studios is going to be hosting contests on Twitch & YouTube, where you’ll have an opportunity to get your hands on free stuff. Also, they’ll be releasing the demo on IndieDB and you won’t want to miss it.

They’re hoping to generate so much support from the community that the day the Kickstarter goes live, they’ll be as close as possible to being funded. Please show your support for Steamroller Studios and check out Deadwood: The Forgotten Curse. If it looks like a game you’d want to play, head to their Thunderclap and let them know you’re interested….

Update
Thanks to your help Steamroller Studios received an overwhelming show of support on their Thunderclap page, now its time to head over to their current Kickstarter page for Deadwood: The Forgotten Curse.

Steamroller Studios, is an indie development company and a league of creators gathered together to bring the Deadwood dream alive. They knew they built a strong and dedicated team when everyone was willing to juggle multiple jobs while working on Deadwood in their spare time.

As the story progressively grew stronger and a solid foundation was built, the team realized that Deadwood has the potential to be something AWESOME. Reality set in that time was not on their side with everyone only working part time on the game. If they wanted to see Deadwood reach its full potential, something had to change.

The decision was agreed upon, they all left the comfort of their day jobs to dedicate their creative efforts to the game.

That’s right… They quit their jobs to make this dream come true, show them your support and let them know they made the right decision.

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