Posts Tagged ‘SUPERHOT’

Not So Slow: SUPERHOT Hits Kickstarter Stretch Goals

By Graham Smith on June 13th, 2014.

SUPER. HOT.

I’m broadly uncomfortable with games that capitalise every letter of their name, because I don’t like being compelled to shout. I make an exception for SUPERHOT, the stylish FPS in which time only moves when you do. The original prototype was an inventive, surprising delight, and now its revised and expanded return is nearing the end of its successful Kickstarter. With a little over 24 hours to go, it’s even cleared almost all of its stretch goals.

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SUPERHOT Is On Kickstarter, Still Stylish But More Beautiful

By Graham Smith on May 14th, 2014.

SUPER. HOT. Getting the idea?

And all at once, the internet tweeted. SUPERHOT, the first-person shooter in which time moves only when you do, is now on Kickstarter. The original prototype caused a stir last year by turning combat into a puzzle in which you had to move efficiently to conserve time, dodge bullets and take out your enemies, and by presenting each of its short scenarios with precision and style.

You can still play that original prototype if you missed what the fuss was about. You can back the Kickstarter project right now, where $14 will net you the final game and they’re looking for a total of $100,000. Or you can step below to watch the new trailer and discover exactly how the team has been advancing through time these past eight months.

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