Submitted by Gekko 1023d ago | news

Dizzy will not return - Oliver twins concede Kickstarter defeat

The Oliver Twins have admitted defeat in their Dizzy Returns Kickstarter campaign, which is currently short of its target by £325,000.

The project has only managed to garner £24,635 from 776 backers with seven days left till the crowdfunding deadline expires - attracting a fair dose of negativity on the way.

Speaking to contributors, Andrew and Philip Oliver said they would no longer be posting any further updates, and apologised for their silence over the last few days if any backers had expected a final promotional push for the title. (Dizzy Returns, Kickstarter, PC)

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