Midgar Studios have released another update about their Kickstarter project, Hover: Revolt of Gamers. In this update they confirm that they were close to reaching the second stretch goal but have since smashed it. This stretch goal was $60,000 and unlocked Graffiti Mode as well as a soundtrack created by Jet Set Radio’s Hideki Naganuma, which you can find detailed below. It’s worth noting that the campaign has now crossed the $70,000 mark, which 22 days remaining making it look very likely the studio will reach the $100,000 Wii U stretch goal.

Midgar have confirmed previously that should they reach the $100,000 Wii U stretch goal, a bespoke version of the game will be made for the console making use of all of the unique features the console has to offer.

Thanks everyone ! We’ve nearly reached the second stretch goal !

To celebrate the collaboration with the composer of “Jet Set Radio” we’ll add a “Graffiti Mode” ! We’ll use the Graffiti system on two different occasions. First, there will be a classic mode, it’s a tribute to “Jet Set Radio” and you’ll have to spray graffitis on some elements of the background during special anti-propaganda missions. We also want to create some “special graffiti tricks”, when realizing a “graffiti trick” on the ground or during a wall slide you’ll leave a graffiti on that surface and gain a speed or jump boost for you and the allies behind you when they’ll step on it.

You can read the full update, and find out even more about this exciting game at the Kickstarter page here.

Written by Andy W.

I’m the Developer Liaison at Nintendo Enthusiast, and when I’m not working my butt off at the toy store I manage, I’m talking with developers from around the world, promoting crowd-funding campaigns, conducting interviews and also offering advice and support to developers looking to bring their games to Wii U & 3DS.