Gelatinous: Humanity Lost‘s Kickstarter campaign has been a success with over $25,000 raised.
We’ve been following the development of Gelatinous: Humanity Lost. Gelatinous: Humanity Lost has captured the hearts of many of our readers and vintage gaming lovers from the announcement of its Kickstarter campaign, the interview with co-creator Steven Long, and when the Kickstarter campaign went live.
Fans exceeded developers’ expectations
As with many Kickstarter projects, certain objectives were set with various improvements and bonuses that would make The Retro Room and Steven Long’s final gaming experience that much more enjoyable. The creators reported today that the Kickstarter campaign was a great success, with over $20,000 raised, allowing them to meet all the Kickstarter goals.
With more than 501 percent funding and 360 supporters, the fans have unlocked three more endings, more passwords, a death counter, a bonus pin, and, eventually, a color conversion for GBC in which the studio will colorize and optimize the whole game for the Game Boy Color. All of this was accomplished within 10 days of the Kickstarter campaign’s completion, and the game’s official Twitter account expressed gratitude to everyone who supported the game during the process.
If you want to support the project, you can join the Kickstarter campaign by clicking here. There are nine days left to go before the campaign ends. Gelatinous: Humanity Lost will be available for both the Game Boy and the Game Boy Color.