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'Strike Suit Zero' launches Kickstarter to finish development

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Born Ready Games has launched a Kickstarter campaign for Strike Suit Zero.

The Kickstarter hopes to raise $100,000 (around £62,000) in the next 29 days to fund the final push in development and finish the game.

'Strike Suit Zero' screenshot

© Born Ready Games

'Strike Suit Zero' screenshot

© Born Ready Games



"The biggest challenge facing Strike Suit Zero is ensuring we have the time to match the scope of our initial ambitions for the game," Born Ready Games said.

"Now that Born Ready Games is a fully independent studio, we simply can't afford to keep the game in development long enough to do this. Our funding is running out, and we need your help."

Users who donate $15 or more will receive a full copy of the game on PC upon release, and the first 1,000 users who donate $50 or more will gain access to the Strike Suit Zero closed beta.

Strike Suit Zero is a space combat game that takes inspiration from the likes of X-Wing and Freespace, while the game's aesthetics are inspired by Homeworld, a game that made a policy of making space colourful and vibrant.



Acclaimed mech designer Junji Okubo is responsible for the core ship design, while Homeworld composer Paul Ruskay has helmed the score.

The story campaign will feature multiple endings, obtained by fully completing each stage's side objectives with upgrades unlocked later in the game.

At gamescom 2012 it was revealed that versions for Xbox Live and PSN are planned for next year following the initial PC release.

Strike Suit Zero's closed beta will begin later this year. An updated PC release date for the final game will depend on the Kickstarter campaign's success.

Screenshot gallery - images of the game Strike Suit Zero below:

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