Indie studio KTX software is looking for Kickstarter backing for its up and coming shooter Redux: Dark Matters.
As is customary, people who pledge a certain amount will receive a reward for their charity – but KTX is doing something a little different from the norm. Instead of getting a signed poster or a free copy of the game or something boring like that, KTX is producing a limited 1000 copies of the game for Dreamcast to be given to higher pledgers.
Those who pledge more than $65 will receive the Dreamcast version, but they’re disappearing fast. Given their rarity, even non-Dreamcast owners may expect them to hold some value in the future.
Redux isn’t re-inventing the wheel with their gameplay, featuring the kind of insane arcade side-to-side wall of bullets we’ve seen before.
The iOS version released in July, with the Dreamcast versions expected in December. If KTX can manage to reach their $25,000 goal, it’ll also be out on PC, PSN and XBLA later this year.
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