Indie Fund Now Backing FRAMED

We're excited to announce our support of Framed , the first project from Melbourne's Loveshack Entertainment . Set in a "noir comic book world", Framed allows you to rearrange animated panels to change the outcome of a silent narrative. Framed has already received tons of awards and recognition - including multiple nominations and awards at the …

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Lessons From Funding Super Splatters

In September of 2012 we funded Spiky Snail’s Super Splatters which released on Steam in June this year. Spiky Snail had previously released The Splatters on XBLA, but the team (Niv and Sagi) did not feel that they had met all of their design goals and wanted to make the best possible version of their game. The game didn’t earn enough on X …

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Spacebase DF-9 Recoups Investment In Two Weeks

Hi everyone! Earlier this year, we decided to experiment with funding larger projects than we normally do. A typical project for us has been in the range of $50k - $150k. We’ve also funded a few projects for smaller amounts, but never a project the size of Spacebase DF-9. Spacebase required around $400k to develop, so it would have been unwise for I …

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Indie Fund Now Backing FRACT OSC

We have been following FRACT OSC since its debut at the Independent Games Festival in 2011. So when Phosfiend Systems sent out the signal that they needed help getting it across the finish line, we jumped at the opportunity to make that happen for them! Coming later this year to Steam, FRACT OSC is a musical exploration game. Players explore a …

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Super Splatters Launches on Steam June 26!

We're very much looking forward to the launch of Super Splatters with the hope that it will shed a bit of light on a question that game developers often ask themselves: "Should I take the extra months to really fine tune and polish my game?" Since the release of The Splatters on XBLA about a year ago, the Spiky Snail team has been slathering a …

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