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Habitat Reaches Funding Goals, Heads to Xbox One

Posted by Ken Barnes

Space strategy title hits target

The "real-time, physics-driven orbital strategy game" Habitat has successfully reached its funding goal over at Kickstarter, it has emerged today.

Developers 4gency were looking for $50,000 and with 7 days to go, achieved that. The focus now switches to the game's stretch goals, which range from $70,000 up to $150,000 and include some pretty sweet developments, including asymmetrical multiplayer and mod support.

The game sees players assembling space stations out of junk that they find orbiting the earth. Objects can be pieced together to build massive war machines cable of destroying worlds, tiny and quick fighting craft, and everything else in between. A campaign mode is in place where exploration, building, and fighting are explained as part of the story, too.

The game is set to launch toward the end of 2014, and there's still 7 days left (at the time of writing) to allow you to get your cash down if you want to help the team reach those stretch goals. Check out the game's Kickstarter campaign here.


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Generik said:

That certainly looks intriguing. I'll probably check this out when it releases.

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