9 Non-Double Fine Kickstarter Projects Worth Your Attention

3. Pixel Sand

As much a level editor as anything else, Pixel Sand is a cross between Falling Sands and Minecraft, with maybe a little From Dust mixed in there. Developer Trevor Sundberg promises Pixel Sand will include a robust single player campaign as well as a multiplayer campaign and the ability to make your own levels as you mix the more than 80 elements he has already added to the title.

Visit the Pixel Sand Kickstarter page.

2. Rock Vibe

Rock Vibe isn’t just a cool idea, it’s a cool idea that helps gamers with disabilities still get to fully enjoy games. In this case, it’s a PC rhythm game designed to work for both blind and sighted gamers, using a vibrating belt to convey game information to the player and make it possible to play a Rock Band-style game without having to see the screen.

Visit the Rock Vibe Kickstarter page.

1. Abandoned

I’m all about the creepy psychological thriller/horror-type games, and that’s why (for me, at least), Abandoned takes the top spot. It’s a first-person shooter that sounds like it gives some substantial weight to its narrative and setting (an insane asylum), and it looks to have plenty of creepy to go around.

Visit the Abandoned Kickstarter page.

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