Not too long ago we told you about an intriguing project seeking funding via Kickstarter, a Zelda-inspired action RPG called Cryamore, which eventually set a stretch goal of $225,000 to include home console versions of the game, including Wii U — we assume this to mean the eShop platform.
The good news is that the project closed with $242,309, going well beyond its initial target of $60,000. The amount raised should mean that the title takes on a whole new life, with developer NostalgiCO confirming that features such as voice acting and an in-game arcade are now very much on the agenda.
Clearly the Cryamore team now have plenty to do to get this game ready and shipped, but it looks like another interesting small developer will be bringing its creation to the Wii U eShop. We'll certainly be watching this one closely.
You can see the Kickstarter pitch video below, so let us know what you think.