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Submitted by Electro_UK 491d ago | news

Caffeine Relaunches IndieGoGo Campaign, Goal Set at Just $5,000

VRFocus - Virtual reality (VR) supported sci-fi horror videogame Caffeine has had a bumpy road with crowd-funding. The title, which features support for the Oculus Rift VR head-mounted display (HMD), has suffered two failed attempts on IndieGoGo and Kickstarter. However developer Dylan Browne has persevered with the project, and this week relaunched the IndieGoGo campaign once more with a drastically reduced goal. The developer now hopes to raise just $5,000 USD to fund the experience, which is set to arrive on both PC, Mac, Linux and PlayStation 4. (Caffeine, Oculus Rift, PC, PS4)

ibrake4naps  +   491d ago
5,000? They're desperate :-(
klarax  +   491d ago
This is the third attempt at getting a funding... maybe the interrest just isn't there and he should move on...

i tried the demo, was really short. not scary either tbh

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