Superhot Sets Kickstarter on Fire

Superhot

Originally created last year as a playable prototype during the Seven Day First-Person Shooter Challenge, Superhot, the first-person shooter puzzle game where time only moves when you do, is now ablaze on Kickstarter, where it has already burned through its $100,000 funding goal and two stretch goals in only a few days. It’s easy to see why. The game looks, well, super hot. That’s actually kind of a silly name that doesn’t appear to have any correlation to the concept of the game, but there is something catchy about it that sticks in your head so I guess it works in the end.

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