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22cans’ Godus has crept over its funding goal of £450,000 on Kickstarter with 28 hours to go. As a result the developer has updated the funding page with a new set of targets.

If the funding reaches £460,000–which it already has–the team will add three additional single and multiplayer modes. At £485,000 Black & White writer James Leach has agreed to write the game’s story, at £500,000 team-based multiplayer and first-person world crafting will be added, and finally, if it manages to surpass £550,000 22cans has agreed to add Ouya and Linux support.

The project is currently sitting at £476,240 with 28 hours to go.

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22cans’ Project Godus Passes Funding Goal, New Goals Set

22cans' Godus has crept over its funding goal of £450,000 on Kickstarter with 28 hours to go. As a result the developer has updated the funding page with a new set of targets.

By Matthew Bennett | 12/20/2012 08:06 AM PT

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22cans’ Godus has crept over its funding goal of £450,000 on Kickstarter with 28 hours to go. As a result the developer has updated the funding page with a new set of targets.

If the funding reaches £460,000–which it already has–the team will add three additional single and multiplayer modes. At £485,000 Black & White writer James Leach has agreed to write the game’s story, at £500,000 team-based multiplayer and first-person world crafting will be added, and finally, if it manages to surpass £550,000 22cans has agreed to add Ouya and Linux support.

The project is currently sitting at £476,240 with 28 hours to go.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89