Neal Stephenson’s Clang Kickstarter Makes Deadline, Powers Up

Posted by | July 9, 2012

Clang is all about historical swordfighting, as accurate to real styles and techniques as possible. Neal Stephenson is a sci-fi author with a few good books under his belt. Kickstarter is the crowd-sourced funding solution that just raised over five-hundred thousand of the human dollars to make Clang a reality. Once again, Kickstarter proves that with a good name and a good idea, it’s possible to drag funding directly from the gaming community, and that has implications for the indie scene. Rock, Paper, Shotgun has the story.


2 Comments so far
  1. Nelson Williams
    July 9, 2012 11:38 am

    As the photo in the article proves, when at all possible, involve a Tesla coil. Why is there a watermelon there? I’ll tell you later.

  2. Helvetica
    July 10, 2012 3:07 pm

    Stephenson always struck me as the sort of person who might like to accurately simulate swordfighting and make it fun — if anyone can get that developed properly in a game, it might be him.

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