The people behind The Ship sequel have changed course for Steam Greenlight Concepts after its Kickstarter failed.
Developer Blazing Griffin had called for £128,000 to make The Ship Full Steam Ahead, but only managed to raise £18,247.
As the days ticked by it became clear we wouldn't make our Kickstarter target, a statement on the Blazing Griffin website reads. Are we disappointed? Most certainly, yes, but we've also learned a lot from the experience.
UK indie Blazing Griffin has launched a Kickstarter to raise £128,000 to make The Ship: Full Steam Ahead, the steampunk sequel to the 2006 murder party game.
Outerlight has confirmed that it's busy working on a sequel to The Ship.
The news is slopping around the decks of the official website, under the "What's next for Outerlight?" section. But unfortunately no gameplay details or platforms were mentioned, just orders to keep an eye out for more information.
The Ship was released last year on Steam. It's a multiplayer action game that challenges you to assassinate specific targets on board a luxury 1930s ocean liner before they can get you. A bit like Titanic, but with less romance and more murder.