Ghost of a Tale Indiegogo campaign has four days left, character art posted

By Stephany Nunneley, Thursday, 16 May 2013 21:00 GMT

The Indiegogo campaign for Ghost of a Tale, the lovely third-person game from ex-Dreamworks and Universal animator Lionel Gallat, is winding down and with four days left. It still needs €6,951 in funding to be a success, and with a fixed funding price of €45,000 the project has earned €38,049 so far. To get the funding ball rolling faster, the game’s page has been updated with some desktop concept art of the main character as well as an undead rat and a look into character creation. Upon funding, the game will be released on PC. Go have a look through the link.

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