3D modeling software company Digital Reality recently started a Kickstarter for a project it describes as a “futuristic sci-fi-themed sci-tech sandbox game” in which players are tasked with building, repairing and upgrading spacecrafts to survive in an “astronaut apocalypse.”
The campaign currently has over $4,000 of its $5,000 goal raised, but a portion of that money will go towards the cost of production and development of the game, according to the company’s Kickstarter page.
The project was launched on October 14, but the funding deadline is still in effect.
A new “starter” page has been created, and backers can pledge for additional amounts of time to be allocated for the game.
Digital Reality has also launched a Kickstarter to fund a similar project called Planetary Conquest, which was released earlier this year.
Planetary Conquest aims to take place in an alien world, with a “largely procedural world” and “a vast open world with dynamic planetary terrain.”
Digital Reality says that Planetary Conquest will be “a sandbox game, a sci-fantasy sci-technological sandbox, that explores the possibilities of how we can design and develop worlds in a way that allows for a variety of genres and gameplay styles.”
The company is currently seeking $10,000 to $15,000 in funding.
Digital Horizon’s project has not yet launched, but it is seeking to raise $50,000 through its Kickstarter page to fund its production and delivery of a VR experience that will allow users to play as a soldier in a futuristic military space.
That project was created by the company behind the “Space Invaders” series, and the team is seeking $100,000.
The Oculus Rift-based VR experience is also in development, according for a December 8 launch date.
Digital Horizons is currently using a crowdfunding platform called Indiegogo, and it is accepting donations through the site.
Indiegogues goal is to help companies create new content and to raise money for production and distribution.
Digital Vision’s VR experience, called War of the Worlds, is also being developed as a Kickstarter campaign, with the goal of raising $100 million to support production.
The company has not launched its VR game yet, but backers can back the campaign at $5 a piece for a pledge of $15 or more.
DigitalVision is using a Kickstarter platform called Kickstarter, and they are also accepting donations via Indiegobo.
Digitalvision has launched a VR game called War on the Oculus Rift.
They want to raise more money to develop their VR game.
It will be available for Oculus Rift developers to use in their VR projects.