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Submitted by IanDeMartino 216d ago | article

Android Kickstarter Wrapup | Biggest Android Kickstarter updates

Ian DeMartino of Gamewoof writes "The thing about Kickstarters is that they are a work in progress, as such, developers are constantly putting out updates on their progress and clarifying perceived issues. However, who has the time to go back and look at all the Kickstarters that they have already seen to check if their updates are enough to convince you to back them? I would imagine not that many of you. Luckily, you have me, and I have nothing but time on my hands. With that in mind, here are some of the biggest developer updates on Kickstarters that we have already mentioned. If you were on the fence for some of them before, hopefully these updates will be enough to push you over the edge. " (Android, Crystal Arena, Death Road to Canada, Gridiron Thunder, Neverending Nightmares, Sword of the Stars: Ground Pounders)

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