Grimlands attempting second life through Kickstarter
While Gamigo may have shut down their plans to continue funding the production of the post-apocalyptic MMORPG Grimlands, Drago Entertainment has sought to keep the game afloat via an ambitious Kickstarter. Drago is of course the actual development company behind Grimlands (Gamigo was serving as the financier and publisher) and like any dev team that's poured years -in this case 5- into a game's development, they aren't content standing by and watching their project waste away.
I will admit, their Kickstarter is fairly ambitious, asking for $650,000 to finish. But when were MMOs ever cheap to make? According to the Kickstarter video the game is almost complete needing only to cook a few months more in the development oven. You can watch the official pitch above or check out the full campaign here.
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Michael Dunaway has been part of the MMOBomb team for years and has covered practically every major Free-to-Play title since 2009.
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