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The Kickstarter campaign for Spud's Quest- a ten years in the
making adventure game that pays tribute to classics like the Dizzy
series- has reached it's final days.
Preceding the recent 'Dizzy Returns' Kickstarter by over three
weeks, Spud's Quest has picked up a lot of momentum on the backend
of the Oliver Twins project, and looks set to hit it's funding
target. Despite both projects support for each other, some openly
disgruntled fans of the Twins £350,000 asking price have seen
Spud's Quest's £5,000 target as a more appealing alternate
The game has been a labour of love project spanning ten years by
independent developer Chris Davis, who aspired to create a game to
re-ignite the dormant adventure puzzle genre.
With funding successful, the game is estimated to be released
Spring 2013 on Windows and various mobile platforms.
The Spud's Quest Kickstarter (including a playable demo) can be