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Jagged Alliance Kickstarter backers will also receive Classic collection

Tuesday, 30th April 2013 11:59 GMT By Nick Akerman

Full Control has partnered with Humble Bundle to provide each backer of the Jagged Alliance: Flashback Kickstarter campaign a copy of the limited edition Jagged Alliance: Classic Pack.

Any backer who has contributed $5 or more to the campaign will receive the collection that is crammed with JA titles. The pack includes Jagged Alliance, Jagged Alliance: Deadly Games, Jagged Alliance 2 and Jagged Alliance 2: Unfinished Business, all of which will feature Windows 7 support (a first for the franchise).

“We are excited to be able to offer our Kickstarter supporters this valuable, limited edition Classic Pack to keep them entertained during the full development phase of Jagged Alliance: Flashback,” said Thomas Lund, CEO of Full Control.

“Humble Bundle is a great partner, and we are grateful for their support during the funding phase of what we know will be an excellent addition to the Jagged Alliance brand.”

All of these games will be distributed through Humble Bundle upon release. You can check out the Jagged Alliance: Flashback Kickstarter campaign, which has accumulated $104,081 of its $350,000 goal at the time of writing, right here.

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3 Comments

  1. Rockin a Jack D

    Great games. Can’t wait for Jagged Alliance: Flashback.

    #1 2 years ago
  2. YoungZer0

    Me too. Had a look at their Kickstarter page. Very interesting stuff. In their recent updated they talked about the personality of the mercs, language and they are going to bring back 2D portraits.

    Awesome stuff.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. DSB

    They’ve really designed their tiers in a very counter-productive way though. It’s pretty messy, there are way too many premium tiers, and the rewards for those really aren’t amazing.

    A whole lot of “THIS TIER ONLY” and “PHYSICAL” along the way.

    I’m thinking maybe the time for Kickstarter is over and done with. A properly designed website with a Paypal tie-in seems to go further these days.

    #3 2 years ago

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