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Uber's 'Planetary Annihilation' Kickstarter raises $2.2 million

Planetary Annihilation, a new real-time strategy game to be created by Super Monday Night Combat developer Uber Entertainment, has concluded its Kickstarter founding round at $2.2 million. "We're excited to be able to bring back a genre that wouldn't have been funded through traditional means,"...

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Kickstarter declares 2012 'the year of the game'

Seven of the eleven Kickstarter projects to surpass $1 million in funding belong to the games category. In a post entitled "The Year of the Game," the crowd funding site reveals that games have gone from the eighth most-funded category in the site's three-year history to the second. This year...

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Planetary Annihilation hits Kickstarter target, nears $1m

Like one of its own asteroids, Uber Entertainment's Planetary Annihilation has smashed through its $900,000 goal on Kickstarter – with 15 days to go. The space-faring RTS still has a number of stretch goals to hit, the first of which is $1.1 million which will fund water planets and naval...

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Planetary Annihilation Kickstarter nears goal, reveals stretch goals

Having nearly reached its $900,000 goal on Kickstarter (over $660,000 as of this writing), Uber Entertainment has announced the first stretch goal rewards for Planetary Annihiliation. Should the project hit $1.1 million, the planet-hopping RTS will receive water planets and naval units. This is one...

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Planetary Annihilation, a new RTS Uber wants to get Kickstarted

Super Monday Night Combat developer Uber Entertainment is looking to branch out from its free-to-play MOBA game and create a real-time strategy title called Planetary Annihilation. Of course Uber is using Kickstarter to finance the $900,000 cost of the game, but they're also taking donations...

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The rules have changed: Wrapping up Super Monday Night Combat

As free-to-play games are constantly changing, traditional reviews can't really do them justice, so Joystiq relies on a series of unscored review diaries to record our experiences with them. Today brings part three of our Super Monday Night Combat diaries. Read parts one, two and three if you...

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The rules have changed: Paying for Super Monday Night Combat

As free-to-play games are constantly changing, traditional reviews can't really do them justice, so Joystiq relies on a series of unscored review diaries to record our experiences with them. Today brings part three of our Super Monday Night Combat diaries. Read part one and part two if you haven't!...

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The rules have changed: Classes in Super Monday Night Combat

As free-to-play games are constantly changing, traditional reviews can't really do them justice, so Joystiq relies on a series of unscored review diaries to record our experiences with them. Today brings part two of our Super Monday Night Combat diaries. Read part one if you haven't! The key to...

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Steam Trading comes to Super Monday Night Combat, hats and costumes in tow

If you were home schooled through Kindergarten, or grew up as a single child, the concept of sharing may be foreign and difficult to understand, but allow us to break it down for you: By giving someone something they want, there's a good chance you'll receive something you want in return, either...

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The rules have changed: Suiting up for Super Monday Night Combat

As free-to-play games are constantly changing, traditional reviews can't really do them justice, so Joystiq relies on a series of unscored review diaries to record our experiences with them. Today brings part one of our Super Monday Night Combat diaries. In the future, the American dream is a crowd...

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