Horror project NightCry raises $300K on Kickstarter

Clock Tower successor now officially coming to PC

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Nude Maker’s Clock Tower spiritual successor NightCry just concluded its Kickstarter campaign.

The point-and-click survival horror game is fully funded, having successfully cleared its $300,000 funding goal. The project raised $314,771 in total, most of which came in the campaign’s final days. After having only raised half its target amount in the first three weeks, NightCry made an unlikely comeback, depending on a late rally to cross the finish line.

Unfortunately for those looking forward to a PS4 or Xbox One release, the campaign didn’t come anywhere close to fulfilling its console stretch goals. Maybe the team can still find a way to make that happen, but as it stands, NightCry is currently planned for Vita, PC, and mobile platforms. 

Project Scissors: NightCry [Kickstarter, Twitter]


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