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Kickstarter for No Time To Explain does it right


5:20 PM on 04.12.2011
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If you hadn't seen our previous coverage of No Time To Explain, well, I imagine the image above is making you regret that decision. It's a platformer for PC and Mac that riffs on time travel and other topics of interest, such as giant enemy crabs.

With more than a month to go, the Kickstarter for the game is already well beyond its goal of $7,000 in pledges. As of right now, it's sitting at nearly $11,000, and for good reason -- both in terms of the rewards offered ($5 acts as a pre-order, for example) and the information provided on where the money will go.

Even if you aren't interested in funding No Time To Explain, you can still sleep easy knowing that the game has a bright future ahead of it.






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