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Croatian Video Game Developers Raise $32,000 On Kickstarter

A team of Croatian video game producers have successfully raised over $30,000 from the New York based Kickstarter programme to develop a 3D open-world computer Role-playing game (RPG).

Dreamatrix launched a campaign on Kickstarter, a funding platform for creative projects which enables people to invest in a range of projects, and were looking for $25,000 for their project to develop further their RPG video game “Legends of Dawn”.

With just days to go before the end of the campaign the Croatian team have raised just over $32,000 from the popular Kickstarter service..

The money will be used to complete development of the game which is set to go on sale next month.

Preview Legends of Dawn here.

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