Indie game "The Fall" reaches its Kickstarter goal in just 6 days

September 16th, 2013 -  Vancouver based independent game developer Over The Moon has recently reached its Kickstarter goal and will have its first game, The Fall, funded for development. 

The base goal was reached just 6 days after an outpouring of support from the online gaming community. John Warner from Over The Moon has released the following statement:

"I'm absolutely overjoyed with the amount of support that the online gaming community has shown over the last week. I have a huge sense of gratitude for my backers; a lot of people have expressed excitement for the project and now I have the means to deliver."

John has thus far developed The Fall by himself, taking significant risk to develop the project. It seems to have paid off. 

"Indie game development is risky business; you're never sure if there's going to be a market for your game - if people feel the same way about it as you do. There are a lot of indies who have risked everything and failed, and I've been that person on earlier projects. This time, it turned out different. I can't say enough how thankful I am."

The Fall is currently pushing towards its stretch goals. You can check out the project here.

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