Studio MONO are today would like to thank all the press for their support and of course their backers who really came through to help them exceed their initial funding goal for InSomnia, which has finished its Kickstarter at $92,268, which represents $20,000 over the funding target
‘Words cannot express how grateful we are to each and every backer, journalist, streamer and all of the websites all over the world, who helped us fund by sharing their love for InSomnia. A huge thank you from everyone at Studio MONO!‘ said Anatoliy Guyduk, Studio MONO‘s lead developer.
‘We’ve now opened the webstore and accepting payments via PayPal to carry on helping InSomnia fund and to achieve further stretch goals. Thanks to all of the support, we’re able to now go into full development of InSomnia; but the journey to the evacuation point hast just begun.’
InSomnia pitches the player in a dark and damp, deliciously retro-futuristic space station (“The Ark”) on its 400-year journey in search of a new home. Several centuries earlier, war-torn Noman survivors boarded the Ark to flee their planet and escape the conflict between the Republic of Noma and the SORG Regime. Most of InSomnia takes place inside the gargantuan, half-deserted vessel—which is slowly making its way toward the elusive Evacuation Point. If the Ark fails to reach the Evacuation Point, billions of Nomans will have died in vain.
InSomnia aims to immerse the player in rich storylines that are updated regularly. The game will ship with 15-20 hours of main storyline plus 20-30 hours of side quests (first season/year). More than 20 free chapters are planned after release, with 3-6 hours of gameplay each.