The Art of Glitch exceeds book funding goal on Indiegogo

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 19 January 2013 19:05 GMT

Tiny Speck has reached its Indiegogo fundraising goal, which means a limited run book filled with artwork from Glitch, the co-operative MMO which shut down in 2012, will be handed out to supporters. With 14 hours left on the clock, the initial $17,000 funding goal has been surpassed with backers contributing $107,724 towards its creation. All funds raised will go into producing the hardcover book, additional perks for those who helped fund it, and what’s left over will help fun “Tiny Speck’s next venture.” The developers hope to have the book finished by early February or March. Have a look at the video below, and hit the link if you would like to throw more money their way.

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