The first videogame ever Kickstarted is almost done

High Strangeness is fully baked and ready to blow

Back in 2009, prominent Dtoid community member Agent Moo and some friends took to this crazy new thing called Kickstarter with the hopes of raising a huge sum of money to fund their own videogame. That huge sum was… $1,500. That’s not enough to get a sandwich Kickstarted these days. My, how times have changed!

Things have also changed for High Strangeness, which thanks in part to publisher Midnight City, is now coming Windows PC, Mac, and now Wii U this year.

I’m buying it for the Soda Drinker Pro crossover alone. 

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