Project Awakened devs polling fans on whether to continue crowdfunding endeavor

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 9 March 2013 21:47 GMT

Project Awakened ‘s Kickstarter campaign fell short of its $500,000 goal earlier this week, but Phosphor Games isn’t giving up completely. Today, Joystiq noticed a poll on the official website, which asks participants whether they would be game for another round of crowdfunding. The firm is considering a direct PayPal account, along with the possibility of continuing “to work on the project in our spare time,” as it previously stated. Phosphor said it will announce its plans moving forward on March 13.

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