An unfinished Game Boy Color game is resurrected after a successful Kickstarter campaign

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A game of Game Boy Color unfinished will finally see the light, 20 years after its cancellation.

Right now, and through Kickstarter, fans are raising money for Infinity: A Game Boy Color Tactical RPG. The Kickstarter campaign was launched on August 18, 2021 with the goal of raising just under $ 13,000. And with more than two weeks to go, the project has already has raised over $ 200,000.

Infinity was originally developed by Affinix Software (from 1999 to 2001). After the release of the Game Boy Advance in 2001, the team says that it was hard to find an editor for your Game Boy Color game. Infinity was formally canceled in 2002.

However, in 2016, the game saw a new life when an unfinished version was released as a free ROM. Now, members of the Affinix Software team have come together to form Incube8 Games, with the goal of giving Infinity a physical release for Game Boy Color.

The game is configured to include a tactical battle system, 50 explorable areas and an approximate duration of 20 hours. The Kickstarter campaign has already reached its ambitious goal for a port of Steam, and is approaching an improved version of GBA, which will unlock special content for those using the GBC cartridge on a Game Boy Advance. You can check all the additional objectives and donation levels in the Infinity official page on Kickstarter.

To discover other similar Game Boy cases, check out Goodboy Galaxy, another Kickstarter project which will become the first physical Game Boy Advance game in over a decade. In other interesting crowdfunding news, we remind you that ERBE announced a Kickstarter to publish Mortadelo and Filemón: Atomic Sulfate in SEGA Dreamcast.

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