Nearly 2,000 People Played Woolfe: The Red Hood Diaries at Gamescom
Dark fairy tale platformer Woolfe: The Red Hood Diaries arrived on Kickstarter at the beginning of the month and is already nearly 75% funded with fifteen days to go. The game was playable at Gamescom last week, and today developer GRIN posted some stats about the event, along with a new video featuring some first impressions. 10,000 flyers were handed out, 5,000 posters were given away, 1,780 gamers played the demo, and 36 lucky backers were greeted and rewarded with an undisclosed "special present."
Woolfe: The Red Hood Diaries is planned for a Q1 2015 release on PC with Closed Beta to begin next month. If you'd like to support the project, the minimum Kickstarter pledge is $15, which grants you the full game upon release along with the Toy Soldier Editor; Steam key or DRM-free via GOG.com. Closed Beta access starts at $50 and up, while Alpha access starts at $100 and up. The Kickstarter campaign ends Thursday, September 4, 2014, at 5:55PM EDT.
Source: Kickstarter Update