The entire gaming world and its robo-dog is currently going from door-to-door and begging for cash, so a shaft of philanthrophic light amidst the Kickstarted darkness is a welcome one. We posted about Mario/McMillen & Refenes mash-up Super Meat Boy Galaxy last week
, but it was unclear whether Aubrey Hesselgren would ever share more of his half-gag, half-tribute project with the world. Turns out, he will. BUT ON ONE CONDITION. That condition is cash. Of course it's cash! This cash will not, however, go to the developer ' it will go to The Samaritans. If SMBG is successfully 'ransomed'
for ¬£10,000, its prototype will be freed and released to the public.
Blood money, I call it! Blood money! And also a very smart idea.