Action RPG roguelike Chasm successfully funded on Kickstarter

Still accepting pre-orders to hit its stretch goals.

Last month I wrote about Chasm, a crowdfunded roguelike that looked like a mix of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night and Spelunky, and this weekend its Kickstarter ended shooting past its $150K goal with an extra $41,897. Not too shabby.

This is enough to fund its first couple of stretch goals for an extended soundtrack and achievements, while developer Discord Games noted that pre-orders on its website will be used to work towards its further stretch goals like an Arena Mode and a crafting mechanics.

You can pre-order Chasm for PC, Mac or Linux or download the PC demo on Chasm's official site. It's also looking for support on Steam Greenlight.

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