The Kickstarter was originally just for a Switch version of the game, but further updates were made to include console versions. After meeting their second goal, a PlayStation 4 version was commissioned. Now, a third goal has been met and the Xbox One version will see the light of day.
Pledges on this Kickstarter start from $5, which will add your name into the credits of the game. A $25 donation will grant you the same rewards plus a code for the console of your choosing when Ty the Tasmanian Tiger is released.
Any fans who wish to get invested even further can give $50 to receive a slew of digital downloads, including an art-book and soundtracks. For die-hard fans, $80 will met you all of the other donation rewards plus a collectible item.
Originally released back in 2002 on the PlayStation 2, Xbox and Nintendo GameCube, Ty the Tasmanian Devil was released in a golden age for the platforming genre. Met with average reviews, it went on to spawn three further sequels and garnered a cult following over the years.
Ty the Tasmanian Tiger is a 3D platformer, appropriately centered around playing as an animal of the same name. In true Australian fashion, you’re equipped with various boomerangs, each with their own special abilities to further explore the world and defend yourself.
Ty’s mission is to find five talismans to track down his family, but an evil entity known as Boss Cass plans to gather said talismans to further her tyrannical rule.
There’s no concrete release date for Ty the Tasmanian Tiger, but it’s scheduled for a Q1 2020 release on all platforms. Although, a version is currently available to purchase on Steam.
You can join the Kickstarter here and find further information on the developers journey so far.