Not every shitty Kickstarter story has to have a sad ending. Dimension Driver, the game that was so cruelly cheated of its funding by a troll a few weeks back, has hit its goal second time around.
Asking for the same amount as their first campaign — €30,000 — the team has at time of writing made €32,000, and with two weeks left to run should make a few more grand.
For those who missed it first time around, on May 14 — with only hours left to run on Dimension Drive's original Kickstarter — the game had made only €23,000 of the €30,000 required. A mysterious benefactor then stepped in and pledged the remaining €7000, only for the team to find out (too late) that it was a fraudulent offer.