Hex Heroes Kickstarter Ends, PayPal Option Opens

Friday, April 25th, 2014

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Hex Heroes | oprainfall

As we’ve already reported, the Kickstarter campaign for Hex Heroes was a success. Prismatic Games was able to reach its goal of $80,000 with 16 hours to go. As of right now, funding via Kickstarter has closed with the campaign reaching $86,946. Not quite enough for any stretch goals, but enough to consider the game funded.

However, they’re still looking to meet those goals. They have opened up payments via PayPal and have brought over the reward tiers from the Kickstarter. Unfortunately, the tiers will only go up to the $200-level, which means that the lovely $450-level acrylic paintings, Strangers and Gamecubism, will go unclaimed.

The PayPal payment option will go on for quite a while. The first month will have rewards for up to $200 donations. Afterwards, the digital tiers of up to $75 will remain open for an undisclosed time. All stretch goals are still possible, including Local Vs. and Journey modes ($90,000), Wii U online multiplayer and Miiverse ($100,000), and PC online multiplayer ($110,000).

Hex Heroes - Updated Stretch Goals | oprainfall

You can check out more of Hex Heroes by going to the Kickstarter page or by reading our Spotlight on the game. If you want to donate to the game via PayPal, you can do so at the Prismatic Games website.

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