This is the first in a new regular series highlighting the technology, creative and innovation Kickstarter campaigns in Baltimore that might be worth your support.
But the version of Tribal Hunger that Tribitech co-founders Brandon Eddy and Justin Livi had on display at Gamescape was just the prototype. The two Maryland Institute College of Art students need to raise $10,000 to complete the beta version of their iOS game, in which players control one of four tribal gods defending their homelands from conquering hordes of bomb-wielding Vikings.
According to Eddy and Livi’s Kickstarter page, Tribal Hunger should “be completed in December with a full launch in early Summer of 2013. Backers who pledge for the BETA will receive the game prior to the official launch.”
Watch their Kickstarter video:
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