Disciples Of The Storm by Storm Isle Productions Now on Kickstarter

Disciples Of The Storm by Storm Isle Productions Now on Kickstarter

Following the success of being greenlit on Steam, Storm Isle Productions has announced that Disciples of the Storm is now on Kickstarter.

The developer has confirmed matched funding from a game industry insider up of $50k if they successfully reach their initial Kickstarter goal pushing them to $100,000 which will ensure that production can continue beyond the first release with features and content.  However they will need the help of the Netstorm and Kickstarter communities to make the initial goal of $50,000.

Disciples Of The Storm is a fast past RTS that sets players against each other in a bitter fight to the death in a kill or be killed fantasy world.  Players will gain territory of shattered, floating islands as they seek to capture and slay the enemy tribe’s high priest while advancing their tribe toward their goal of total domination in an attempt to appease their god.

Construct temples along with attack and defense units from workshops, deploy a lattice of bridges linking the floating islands to gain more ground and resources forming the lifeblood of a player’s expanding empire of islands.

Here is the Kickstarter trailer:

About the Developer

Storm Isle Productions is an independant game studio from the East Coast. Joining them are some of the original creators of Netstorm: Islands at War including Jim Greer, NetStorm’s co-creator and founder of Kongregate; Beverly Garland, the original art director; Morgan Ogburn, the concept artist who established the original look of the world (Beverly and Morgan also worked on the Ultima series). Joining them is Nathan Fabian a talented programmer from Longshot Studios that has been actively working on Torment: Tides of Numenera contracted at inXile Entertainment along and with a dedicated art team of Polywick Studios for animation and effects.

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Source: Press Release