C-Wars Reaches Kickstarter Stretch Goal, Will be Released on PS Vita and 3DS

May 9, 2013

Fans of the pixel-art strategy game C-Wars have one more reason to rejoice as the project by Chinese indie developer Onipunks surpassed the $65,535 stretch goal on Kickstarter and is sitting on $68,690 at the moment of this writing.

The happy news come after the studio announced yesterday that a PS Vita release would be added to the oddly numbered stretch goal (that has its roots in the history of DOS development) for the 3DS version. Now that the milestone has been reached, we can expect a release of the game on both Sony’s and Nintendo’s portable consoles in addition to PC, Mac, Linux and Adroid.

Onipunks specified that while the studio has already been certified as an official 3DS developer, the license to develop on the PS Vita is still pending, but “won’t be long”. Considering how much Sony is pushing to make things as easy as possible for indie devs on its platforms, I’d say there’s nothing to worry about on that front.

If you want to help reaching more stretch goals (there are only two days left, and I’d really like to see the $75,000 Wii U stretch goal reached myself) you can pledge your own support here. You can also vote for the project on Steam Greenlight to support the PC version.

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