Cadence devs will code for food – let’s feed ’em

What happens when your Kickstarter fails? Well, if you’re Made With Monster Love, you go after the next best thing: noodles.

After the Kickstarter campaign for musical puzzler Cadence didn’t quite hit its target – it managed to fund just over 30% of its goal – developers Peter Gardner and Rodain Joubert are taking a different approach.

According to the dev duo, even though the Kickstarter push didn’t come to fruition, feedback on Cadence has been positive.

And rightly so – the game is really fun to play.

So instead of begging for cash, they’ve introduced the Noodlestarter.

The premise is simple: Made With Monster Love needs noodles to sustain themselves while finishing Cadence, and they’re asking for your help.

“Despite the dedicated enthusiasm of over 500 backers, the campaign didn’t reach its goal and no funds were raised,” the duo said.

“But we asked ourselves: what was the minimum we really need to carry on working on the game? The answer was noodles. Lots of noodles.”

“Noodles are simple. Noodles are delicious. Noodles were heated in a microwave, by whatever god you believe in, five minutes before the universe was created.”

“But most importantly, noodles are the fuel we need to carry on building Cadence.”

As part of the Noodlestarter campaign, you can pre-order the game for $9.99 (about R120), or enter into the beta program for $14.99 (about R180) which will give you access to beta builds (including the iPad beta waiting list).

If you’re still on the fence, the Cadence demo is still up, so you can give it a go.

Disclosure: I was a Kickstarter backer, and have donated $20.00 worth of noodles to the cause.

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