Kickstarter Game Boy Game Infinity Reaches Stretch Goals

Wednesday, September 1st, 2021

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A few weeks ago we reported on the Infinity Kickstarter campaign, a canceled Game Boy Color game being given a second chance thanks to Incube8 Games and crowdfunding. Well, the Kickstarter has been quite the success, in fact it soared past it’s initial goal of $16,000 CAD on it’s first day and, currently sitting at over $260,000 CAD has also reached most of it’s stretch goals.

Thanks to the backers, now they can expect such extras as a translucent box protector, a silk screened logo on the back of the PCB, a hard plastic black cartridge protector, a Steam port, as well as in game still artwork. In fact only one stretch goal remains and that’s GBA enhanced version of the game sitting at $275,000 CAD. As of writing this article Infinity‘s final stretch goal is very close to being met. It may very well be met by the time this is published.

If you’d like to help Infinity be everything it can be there’s still time to get in on the Kickstarter, with 15 days remaining in the campaign. For about $10 USD you can back the ROM Only tier, which will actually include the Steam port as well, and for about $72 you can get yourself the physical copy with the fancy translucent game cartridge with the silkscreened logo on the back of the PCB.

SOURCE: Press release

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