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Funding Canceled
Funding for this project was canceled by the project creator on Jan 8 2015
$16,816
pledged of $55,000pledged of $55,000 goal
570
backers
0seconds to go
Funding Canceled
Funding for this project was canceled by the project creator on Jan 8 2015

Update

As many of you know, over the holidays we were victims of a hack inspired by the attack on Sony. The hackers destroyed data pertaining to Glorious Leader! and other projects we had in development and locked us out of our own computers and wesbite. The timing couldn't have been worse as it hampered our ability to attend to the Kickstarter project. We realize that we also made mistakes in our pledge levels and rewards. It is now evident that our funding goals will not be met, so we are cancelling our Kickstarter campaign.

This is not the first time we have been targeted because of Glorious Leader! Between the hacking and other threats, we think it is time to reevaluate our commitment to Glorious Leader! We thank our fans and supporters, and we are sorry to let you down.

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      Yan Zhao on

      Looks like North Korea wasnt amused and hacked your project haha

    2. Jonathan Walters
      Superbacker
      on

      Something sounds a bit off to me with this situation...

    3. BaDa Im on

      no! It can't be :( 이게 무슨ㅜㅜ

    4. Derrick Smith on

      No 3rd party off-site backups? Sounds more like cold feet than just the fact that ya'll got hacked. Maybe a visit from the FBI caused 2nd thoughts? All this stuff sounds pretty shady to me. Don't mind me. Just really skeptical. This game looks like it would have been awesome and it just makes me feel like the commies won this round, unfortunately.

    5. David Sipe on

      This is the most genius concept and awesome-looking game ever. I will back you again! Take the project underground but don't give up!!

    6. Neoyukio on

      That's incredibly lame! I've been following you guys for a long time, keep it up! I'm still with you till the end! (Plus I'm in love with the idea of a Sega cart)

    7. Rob Barba on

      Speaking as someone who's had a failed KS myself, I know it can suck to have all that work turn to ashes. But my advice is not to give up. Maybe take a year off to reconsider how you want to do things and to let things cool down. You have a great idea in the making - you shouldn't give up.