Stretch Goal 3: Fully Animated Cinematic

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Goal: $17,500

Upon reaching our next stretch goal, we will commission a fully animated cinematic for Treasure Adventure World. This animation will bring the characters and world of the game to life.

We have the amazingly talented (and beloved) animator, Adam Phillips, on board. In addition, our own Robert Ellis will compose an original score to accompany it.

The images you see to your left are still-shots from the storyboard/animatic we’re using to create the cinematic. These sketches are just a rough sample of what the final animation will look like.

Besides covering the cost to commission this animation, reaching this goal will help us cover our normal expenses as we continue developing the game.

We can only make this happen with your help! If you haven’t pre-ordered yet, we hope this stretch goal will entice you. If you’ve already have pre-ordered, thank you! But, you can still help by telling your friends about Treasure Adventure World and spreading the love on all the social medias.

 


  1. Squinky - June 8, 2014

    Is the cinematic going to be around the length of a feature-film (im assuming not), or more like a 15-minute video?

    Either way I’m excited and still think Treasure Adventure is more obscure than it should be.

    This makes me want to spend more to help reach that goal, but I already preordered the game twice (tier 1 and tier 2, after I heard the full ost was remixed I wanted to check it out), and I’m saving money for the steam summer sale :P

    Anyways, good luck!

  2. Dewstend - June 20, 2014

    Oh, man, it’s great, we’re having custom costumes! I would love to have cinematics as well, But being a kid only makes you buy tier 4 maximum and not the 6:(

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