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Wednesday, 16 January 2013 08:44

Chris Taylor looks to Kickstarter to fund Wildman

Written by David Stellmack



Hopes to raise 1 million dollars to make it happen


Gas Powered Games founder Chris Taylor is turning to Kickstarter to fund his studio’s next PC creation. The new title, which is called Wildman, is a blend of an RPG and RTS title that is a brand new universe from the studio that brought you such titles as Dungeon Siege and Supreme Commander and is looking to create.

Taylor is looking for a little over 1 million dollars to make it happen, and the description and screenshots look to be a unique game that is something different. The game will offer co-op play as well as battles. You will apparently need to save to the cloud if you want to play online.

Taylor has apparently been working on the project for over a year. Now it is up to the community to see if it will happen.

Find out more about Wildman here.


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