New Jagged Alliance Kickstarter offers classics as bonus - destructoid

New Jagged Alliance Kickstarter offers classics as bonus

4:30 PM on 04.30.2013

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

But only if funding goes through

To drum up interest in Jagged Alliance: Flashback, Full Control has introduced a new incentive for its Kickstarter campaign. Everyone who contributes will -- if the project is successful -- get a collection of prior games in the series distributed via the Humble Store.

That's Jagged Alliance, JA: Deadly Games, Jagged Alliance 2, and JA2: Unfinished Business with support for Windows 7 for as low as $5. The bundle will be delivered "a few weeks after Kickstarter funding is successfully reached," says Full Control.

I figure many of the people who would want to fund Flashback would already own copies of the prior installments, but it's often the thought that counts. With 23 days and around two-thirds of the base funding goal left to go, let's hope so.


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