By Bryan Smith on December 2, 2015 at 2:26pm
On the Indiegogo page, Lab Zero, the guys behind "Skull Girls," announced that their new game "Indivisible" has been successfully funded.
The president of 505 Games, who are helping in making the game, made a comment on how happy he is that the game got funded.
I want to say a huge thank you to each and every person who has contributed to this campaign, in addition, I wanted to acknowledge the huge amount of effort from so many of you who have taken the time to try and convince others to contribute, or have reached out to various channels to try and achieve more coverage for the prototype and the game.
We are truly humbled by your support for the project and we’re incredibly excited that we will be able to see it become a reality. We have been talking to Peter and the team at Lab Zero for a long time trying to find a project to work on together and through your incredible contributions, support and energy we are now able to make that happen.
From reading the comments here, I know sometimes even the smallest contributions have to be carefully considered and I also know that some of you have really gone above and beyond in the levels of support you’ve given. We do not take this for granted and we will do everything possible to make sure that we repay that with a great game.
I can also tell you that a lot of us from 505 Games were sitting in front of our screens last night hitting F5 watching the contributions come in as we neared the goal, I’m not afraid to admit that there are a few of us who’ve become a bit obsessed with this over the past couple of weeks!
Now that we’ve reached the goal, the hard work truly begins in making Indivisible become a reality and we will be working very closely with Lab Zero in the coming months to make sure that they have everything they need to truly deliver on the vision for the game.
We hope you enjoy the bonus games that we were able to contribute to the campaign and we would love to hear your continued feedback on Indivisible,
President – 505 Games
With less than three days left of the goal, two stretch goals have been added: an extra hour of music by Hiroki Kikuta and an animated opening by Titmouse and a mystery anime studio, who wants to remain hidden until "things are a little more nailed down."
"Indivisible" doesn't have a set release date, but will release on PC/Mac/Linux, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.