By the end of the campaign just under 500 backers pledged a little over $33k. His studio Robotoki has released a free soundtrack as a thank you to those who showed an interest.
"We didn't make it to our goal...but we gained nearly 500 friends along the way and that alone, makes it all worth it!" read the from Robert Bowling.
"The Adventures of Dash has always been passion project for us and because of YOUR support through the last 30 days, we're even more passionate about it than we were when we started."
"We know were not alone now in wanting to see this game come to life, and while we're not entirely sure how we're going to make that happen right now, we are going to do everything we can to keep the game alive."
"We'll need to put it on the back burner for now, while we focus on our main project Human Element, but we will be regrouping and exploring every option available to bring The Adventures of Dash to reality."
Human Element is Robotoki's big debut project and is due tentatively in 2015. An episodic prequel is expected to be released for Ouya. The main game takes place 35 years after a zombie apocalypse has devastated the world and we get to choose who and how we play. Game difficulty involves choosing to play solo, with an adult or with a child.
Robert Bowling's The Adventures of Dash not funded
05 April 2013 | By Simon Priest