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Indivisible closes out its Indiegogo campaign as a huge success

by Ron Duwell | December 7, 2015December 7, 2015 4:30 pm PDT

Lab Zero Games fought the good fight and won. Its indie platformer/RPG Indivisible recently wrapped up a successful Indiegogo campaign, after a rocky start almost doomed it, and the funding it received even secured a stretch goal! As of finishing, Lab Zero Games will be able to work with $1,879,324 in funding, the largest video game results in Indiegogo’s history.

But that’s not all. Add the $2 million that 505 Games promised to match if the game secured its funding, and Lab Zero Games actually has a very comfortable $3,879,324 in total to make its game.

At the $1.65 million mark, Indivisible was able to clear out a single stretch goal, which promises to deliver more music from legendary Secret of Mana composer, Hiroki Kikuta. The funding will essentially double the length of the soundtrack, taking it from its originally intended 60-90 minutes of music to at least 120 minutes. Lab Zero Games also has plans for a “mystery anime studio” to do an anime intro, but it did not reach the $1.9 million needed for that.

If this continues like a typical crowd-funding title, maybe the extended Paypal campaign push can push the funds over that edge.

Indivisible is an action RPG created in the vein of Valkyrie Profile and Super Metroid, and it channels Lab Zero Games’ previous animation style used in SkullGirls. A prototype is available on the PlayStation 4, so be sure to check it out if you haven’t yet.


Ron Duwell

Ron has been living it up in Japan for the last decade, and he has no intention of leaving this technical wonderland any time soon. When he's not...