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A missing sister, an ancient machine, and a sinister presence await within The Gallery,
 a built for VR experience inspired by dark 80’s fantasy adventure 
films. A world filled with bizarre 
characters, curious interactions and awe inspiring adventure!
A missing sister, an ancient machine, and a sinister presence await within The Gallery, a built for VR experience inspired by dark 80’s fantasy adventure films. A world filled with bizarre characters, curious interactions and awe inspiring adventure!
1,568 backers pledged $82,937 to help bring this project to life.

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    1. Krixus Parabellum on

      you absolutely have to send an update telling all the backers that if they up their pledge by only 6$, this is a win. I had no idea we were so close to the goal until I logged in today, an update telling exactly that would remind all the backers that *wholy shit* this IS gonna happen, and all it takes is 6 dollars.
      Everybody will jump on it

    2. Julio Melendez on

      Very exciting seeing The Gallery on national TV. Just a few short days until funding goes through. Kickstarters tend to spike during the last few days, so I can't wait to see what the next days have in store. Good luck, team.

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      Carl Kenner on

      Great coverage, better than Jimmy Fallon. Anne Lucas reported it well. Too bad she didn't include the word "Kickstarter", but hopefully some people will do a web search for it.

      I'm disappointed in what Razer contributed to the Razer Hydra. Their trigger buttons break as soon as you look at them. I still need to get my Razer Hydra fixed. Sixense did a much better job with their side of things.

    4. Hugo Tremblay on

      That is so. effing. cool!

      Nice job on getting that coverage Denny. It was very well done. Hopefully that'll help us cross the line!

      See how I said "us"? That's how I feel and I'm sure I'm not alone. :-)

    5. Aubrey Erickson on

      Very cool news interview! This is one that will be great to show non-gamers, and those who are unfamiliar with VR. Keep spreading the good word! :)