The game had already gotten Steam Greenlight approval from fans.
According to developer Snowcastle Games, "The game combines turn-based combat and farming gameplay with exploration and puzzle-packed quests. Grow spuds, tend barnacles and use your harvest as powerful ammunition and spells; load your weapons, team up your companions and get ready for a grand adventure!"
Players take on the role of Amon, a treasure hunter who is summoned to a mysterious village to find a missing botanist, with the help of a sorceress named Olia. Things take a dark turn when a warlock attacks the town and drains Olia of her magic, leaving her lifeless.
Snowcastle Games is looking to raise $250K, and has already raised $32K in less than a week. Announced stretch goals include integrating a larger world and adding two new playable characters.
Gamers interested in checking out Festival of Magic can visit the Kickstarter page .