Halo 4 Designer Needs Your Help Funding a Game

Halo 4 Designer Needs Your Help Funding a Game

A crack team of AAA developers have put their talents together and formed one collective mind dead set on creating a unique portable gaming experience, but they need your help.

Announced via Kickstarter.com, The Last Sleeper, brainchild of Halo 4’s Kendall Davis, is a hopeful story driven game brimming with some of the industry’s top developers including those who worked on Gears of War 3, Bioshock 2, God of War 2, and Red Dead Redemption. They are joined by some of the best the movie industry has to offer with the likes of talent who worked on the Lord of the Rings, King Kong, Transformers 2, and an assortment of Dreamworks titles.

However, regardless of the behemoth resume lurking on the horizon, this ship is destined to sink without your help.

Part effort to raise awareness, part effort to kickstart development, The Last Sleeper needs to raise a cool 10,000 by January 14th if it wants to have any chance of  seeing the light of day. As of December 22, 47 people have pledged over $4,500. You can pledge anywhere from $1 to everything to have in your bank account. The choice is yours, but know that you will be handsomely rewarded depending upon your level of generosity. A dollar will get you a free copy of the first Episode while $2,000 cements your place in the story as a character and $5,000 secures every perk available along with a unique, one-of-a-kind sculpture of the two main characters done by veteran Disney and Dreamworks sculptors.

If the mere thought of these people working together on one project isn’t enough, the title itself will be an interactive story for the iPad and Android tablets which “relies on the seamless integration of sound, image, and touch.” If the project does make it into full production, it should be available around March 2012, based on the delivery time of the rewards.

So dig deep, scrape up a few bucks, and say you helped fund a title developed by some of the best in the industry.

To donate and check out the full details of the story, check out Kendall Davis’ proposal on Kickstarter.com

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