Sea of Stars a new turn-based RPG from the creators of Messenger on Kickstarter

Friday, March 20th, 2020

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Yesterday Sabotage, who you might know from their release of The Messenger, have opened a Kickstarter for their next project. It is a turn based RPG named Sea of Stars. This is a prequel story set in the same universe as The Messenger. The graphic have a crisp look to them with plenty of dynamic lighting. The team is promising great storytelling with a good bit of nostalgia and of course plain and simple fun.

The Sea of Stars Kickstarter has blasted through its initial goal and a couple of the stretch goals already raising around $175,000 as of the time of writing. The next goal will add in-game cinematics and they have not specified what will be added once this goal is achieved.

Reward packages range from base game at CA$25, a little more at CA$35 that will give you more perks and digital artbook all the way up to CA$200 tier that will have the game’s artist put a monument you help design in the in game crypt and much more.

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