Tweense have started a KickStarter campaign for their farming role-play game River Town.
The independent game development studio are looking for just £24,000 to get the game off the ground and are offering some interesting pledge rewards for those willing to give them some money. Check out the KickStarter campaign now.
River Town is basically a rural themed role play game, which has been inspired by the classics such as Harvest Moon or The Sims. The premise of River Town involves a young man who has become disenchanted with modern economic life. He decides to leave everything behind and live on a farm on his own terms. In this game the players will get the opportunity to possess a farm and choose the types of animals and crops they want to keep in the farm. The main objective of this game is to provide a unique farming and social experience. The best thing about this game is that the players can create their own scripts and decide what they want to happen. Player can interact with villagers in different ways, which may either build or destroy the reputation, just like in every town.
Today, ‘Tweense’ finally launched their 35 day Kickstarter campaign, which will allow them to complete the development of their new game “River Town.” The people behind this game are looking forward to reach the goal of £24,000 to complete the development of this game and make their vision become a reality.
“River Town is pretty much like a one, big Novella or Soap Opera. You never know who is who and what happens next.”
The game is priced at £10, and the contributors will get the opportunity to receive the game with backers exclusive content. Besides, they will even get a chance to buy some awesome stuff such as art books, putting their own pet into the game, design characters, etc. The developer team has also set up some creative stretch goals, and once some of these are unlocked, the contributors will get the opportunity to vote for certain features like suggesting a new animal or customisation. Furthermore, River Town has been submitted to Steam’s Greenlight platform to bring the title to Steam users.