The lights are on
Famed game designer Keita Takahashi, creator of Katamari Damacy and Noby Noby Boy, is offering his newest game to Kickstarter donators of the LA Game Space. If you donate the minimum $5 to the project, you get a copy of Takahashi's new game titled My Silly Game. If you go a little bit higher, you will also gain access to new games from the creators of QWOP, Hotline Miami, Unfinished Swan, the Bit.Trip series, and many others.
The idea behind LA Game Space is to create a physical meeting space where game developers can get together and come up with ideas and perform video game experiments. The video below, created by Pendleton Ward (the man who created Cartoon Network's Adventure Time) does a pretty good job of explaining it. Head here to check out the Kickstarter and find out more about the whole project.
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That sounds awesome.
The video is cute
ted talks for games? awesome. i love ted talks.
My girlfriend will hear of this. She loves Katamari...
I will definitely contribute!
He had me sold at TED talks.
Sorry. No cash from me.
I will definitely be contributing to this cause
The animation reminds me of "Home Movies."
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Ted Talks for games? I like this idea. I'll donate when I have the money, rewards or not.
Funded and happy about it!