In Verbis Virtus goes on Indiegogo!


In Verbis Virtus goes on Indiegogo!

Milan, 17th September 2013 – Indomitus Games launched yesterday their first crowd-funding campaign on Indiegogo to support In Verbis Virtus in its final development phases!

Following the great success of this innovative voice recognition action-puzzle game on Steam Greenlight, the Indomitus team finally shows what their guts are worth and with less than two years of development on their shoulders, almost 3,000 fans on Facebook and more than 50,000 votes on Steam, they kick off their first crowd-funding campaign on Indiegogo!


Federico Mussetola, one of the four co-founders, confirms «the decision was taken from the need of letting the team focus mainly on the project and remunerate external professionals who are necessary to complete In Verbis Virtus».

The first goal of the campaign, that lasts two months, is fixed at 65,000 $ and the supporters have the possibility to choose between 17 tiers, from 1 to 10,000 $, through a cumulative reward system. Between the huge variety of available prizes, the no doubt most awaited one is the opportunity of getting a hold of the game In Verbis Virtus with a donation of just 20$ (18 $ for the first 400 supporters!).


And for whom who want to donate more and leave an everlasting mark on their favorite game, they have the chance of getting their face portrayed in the game, as well as having their voice and customized magic formulas in In Verbis Virtus. Otherwise, if they have always dreamt of meeting the developers in person, they can win 3 nights in Italy and a dinner with their idols!

« We wanted to celebrate our initiative publishing a new trailer », continues Federico, « which contained more hints about the story and showed new settings and game creatures. We hope the fan will appreciate it and keep supporting us until completion, as they have already done all along during these months! We count on them! ».

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