We’re excited to announce our support of Funktronic Labs’ Nova-111, the Fund’s first project which began development in Japan. What caught our eyes initially was how Nova-111 smoothly blended the mechanics of real-time and turn-based games into one. Players will witness these mechanics evolve through innovative puzzles and strategic battles while searching for scientists who were lost in the cosmic REAL-TIME vortex.
After releasing free audiovisual experiences Kyoto for PC and Lotus for Leap Motion, Funktronic Labs dove into Nova-111 development in November 2013. The game has since been chosen for exhibition at Bit.Summit, Media Indie Exchange, and IndieCade @ E3.
We want to congratulate Eddie, Kalin, Michael, and Jack! They already impressed us with an extremely polished prototype, and we can’t wait to see how Nova-111 ultimately turns out when it releases for Windows, Mac, and Linux.