The Mega Man-meets-Metroidvania inspired game Timespinner’s recent Kickstarter campaign has just hit another major milestone, unlocking the PlayStation Vita stretch goal, and with it, they’ve announced an additional goal with 11 days left in the campaign, of branching out to the Nintendo 3DS Platform if they can reach $115,000.
Just last week the game was greenlight on Steam, so with the unlock of the Vita stretch goal, Lunar Ray Games will now be looking to bring the game to the PC via Steam (and other platforms), the PlayStation 4, and the PlayStation Vita.
The next stretch goal up on the list is Local Co-Op for $90,000, which will make this game twice as much fun as it already looks to be, and then the Nintendo 3DS goal at $115K. Lunar Ray Games has always wanted to bring Timespinner to a Nintendo platform, but the re-writes to the engine will be a daunting task, so this extra money would go to hiring an additional programmer to help with porting to the 3DS. The Campaign currently stands at over $75,000 with 11 days to go, so those who would like to play this on a Nintendo 3DS in addition to the platforms mentioned above will want to donate to the campaign right…about…now.
For more information on this title, check out the game’s Kickstarter Campaign here.