Alone, the Oculus Rift first person horror game, failed its Kickstarter campaign, with only $9K of the $25K raised to develop it, and Greenwood Games is unsure about the game's future.
According to co-founder Dan Wallace, "This Kickstarter campaign created a fantastic community for us, which helped us a lot with their feedback and ideas. Even though we did not ultimately reach our financing goal, we would still like to thank every one of them individually for their support. It really means a lot to us, and we would never have gotten this far without their help. Since we still haven't made a final decision on the future of Alone, we will keep everyone who is interested up-to-date via Facebook, Twitter, and our newsletter at greenwoodgames.com."
Alone was to have taken advantage of the virtual reality headset Oculus Rift, immersing the player deep within a typical survival horror scenario.
A "prototype" of the game can be downloaded from the Kickstarter.