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Consortium: The Tower passes $200,000 in 24 Hours

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Just 24 hours into its Fig crowdfunding campaign, Interdimensional Games’ upcoming title Consortium: The Tower surpassed more than 50% of its $300,000 goal.

As of writing, Consortium: The Tower has raised over $200,000 with more than 33 days left on the clock. It’s a pretty safe bet that the remaining $100,000 will be easy pickings for the exciting and ambitious project.

The upcoming sci-fi sim is an immersive story-driven experience where players can choose to fight, sneak, explore or talk their way through a winding narrative shaped by their own actions and decisions. Backers are now supporting the game’s development by pledging for rewards, as well as by reserving an equity investment in Game SharesTM for the game. To learn more about CONSORTIUM: The Tower, please visit the campaign page on Fig.

“We’re thrilled to see such major headway right out of the gates for the next entry in the Consortium trilogy,” said Gregory MacMartin, CEO, Interdimensional Games. “Fig backers have shown more support in one day than in a month on Kickstarter.”

“We’ve been blown away by the outpouring of support,” said Justin Bailey, Founder and CEO, Fig. “It just goes to show that when you give players an opportunity to support the games they are passionate about, they further empower the innovative spirit of creators like Greg which makes games like Consortium: The Tower a possibility.”

Fig has been making quite a name for itself lately with high-profile projects like the highly-anticipated sequel to Psychonauts and the surprise hit Jay and Silent Bob: Chronic Blunt Punch, both of which surpassed their funding goals. You can still help support Consortium: The Tower by heading on over to its Fig page here. You can also find out more about this exciting project by reading our previous coverage here.

Stay tuned to OSP for more about Consortium: The Tower and all other single player experiences, and be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

Reid Gacke
Writer, journalist, teacher, pedant. Reid's done just about anything and everything involving words and now he's hoping to use them for something he's passionate about: video games. He's been gaming since the onset of the NES era and has never looked back.

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