Developer Sees Game Announcement, Realizes He's Making The Same Game

Perception, where you play a blind person who taps a cane to see around them, was revealed last week. Soon, an email went around indie studio Tiny Bull. “Panic started to spread among the team,” said CEO Matteo Lana. Why? Tiny Bull had been making Blind, a game with the same premise, for more than a year. » 6/03/15 12:30pm 6/03/15 12:30pm

12 Successful Kickstarters That Never Delivered

All is not right in the world of crowdfunding. For every massive critical success like Shovel Knight or Divinity: Original Sin, there are numerous games or game-related projects that disappoint, under-deliver, or, as has become scarily common, take people's money and never make what they promised in the first place. » 2/20/15 1:12pm 2/20/15 1:12pm

$200,000 Gun Controller Kickstarter Goes Dark, Then Asks For More Money

The Delta Six is an unusual controller shaped like a gun. Kotkin Enterprises raised nearly $200,000 on Kickstarter, double the asking price. More than a year after the promised shipping date, the Delta Six is shipping, but there's a catch: backers have to fork over more money to get what they already paid for. » 2/20/15 12:15pm 2/20/15 12:15pm