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Peter Molyneux is back with a new God game, "GODUS", heads to Kickstarter

Molyneux is back, launches a new God sim called GODUS on Kickstarter

| Gaming News | Posted: Nov 22, 2012 9:32 am

I'm sure that you've heard about Peter Molyneux on your travels through life, and the gaming world, and now he's back. Molyneux's new company, 22sans, has just launched a new Kickstarter project called GODUS. GODUS has been explained as:

 

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It's an innovative reinvention of Populous, the original god game and delivers exciting global co-operation, competition, creation and destruction to a whole new generation.

 

How can you complain about that! We've seen a resurgence of space games in the form of the record-breaking Star Citizen from another old school, but God of gaming, Chris Roberts and now this. All we need is a few next-gen FPS games to hit Kickstarter and we're looking at a revolution for PC games.

 

GODUS has a Kickstarter goal of £450,000 goal, which I'm sure it'll reach without a problem, and some. At the time of writing, it had already reached just under 10% of its goal, with £33,470 and 1,320 backers and 29 days to go. The £5,000 pledge isn't too bad, as you'll get to attend E3 in LA in June 2013, as the "guest of honor of Peter Molyneux and the 22cans team". If I only had £5,000 spare...

 

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NEWS SOURCES:Kickstarter.com

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