Best Crowdfunded Games

Created May 8, 2018 by Keravanjoki
Many modern games are of such great quality that you can't assume they were crowdfunded. Even the developers themselves don't expect their games to get funded sometimes. Here is a list of games, that prove, if the project is ambitious and creative enough, it will succeed.
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    Torment: Tides of Numenera is a follower of legendary Planescape: Torment, created by Black Isle Studios in 1999. Expectedly, Tides of Numenera was strongly supported by the fans of the original game,…
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      The original Wasteland was released in 1988, and, though this post-apocalyptic game was successful back then, no one thought that the project would be popular 20 years after. No one, except Brian Farg…
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        Pillars of Eternity was the first crowdfunded project of Obsidian Entertainment. They raised four times the money than expected -  $4 million. The game become a huge commercial success and solved the …
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          Star Citizen is a space simulator that is currently in development and alpha-testing. While the game isn't out yet, it's also set a record as the most successful Kickstarter video game campaign. Obvio…
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            Broken Age follows the traditions of old school point-and-click titles, such as Day of the Tentacle or Legend of Monkey Island. You switch between two children in different worlds to solve puzzles. Th…
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              FTL is another space-themed indie project on this list, released in 2012. It gives you an opportunity to explore space in a rogue-like way. You have to fight your way through a horde of evil emprie's …
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                Divinity: Original Sin has more in common with tabletop role-play adventures then with a traditional RPG. The gameplay in it is complex and hard to master at first. However, the concept of an unconven…
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