Yacht Club Games, the developer behind the popular feedback platform Shovel KnightYes announced a brand new IP. It’s a top-down “bone-chilling action adventure” called Mina the Hollower Inspired by Gothic Horror and set in a whimsical world full of monsters. The company announced the new game at an event where it also launched Kickstarter campaign to help fund its development. Based on IGNYacht Club Games director and designer Alec Faulkner said the developer is largely funding the project, but it’s back on Kickstarter to build the community and get feedback from backers.
“We want your feedback, collaboration, and support in making Mina the Hollower the best game it can be. That’s why we’re going back to our roots and kicking off the development. by Mina the Hollower as a Kickstarter campaign.
While we are largely self-funding this project, we hope we can make a more expansive game this way. More importantly, we want to build a community on Kickstarter, like we did with Shovel Knight. “
Mina the Hollower will feature an 8-bit aesthetic in the style of Game Boy Color titles, with 60fps action combat. In it, you play as Mina, an inventor who can get under her enemies to emerge on the other side and take them down with her trusty whip. Mina belongs to the Hollower Guild, which specializes in the study of the earth and its hidden resources, and whose members can move faster underground.
Yacht Club has yet to reveal the launch window for Mina the Hollower, but it took more than a year for Shovel Knight to find its way to supporters. You must commit at least $20 for a digital copy of the game and at least $100 for a physical copy.
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