The Kickstarter campaign to fund making Carmageddon: Reincarnation for PC ended last night at an impressive $625,143, having passed its $400k goal last week. Developer Stainless has committed to making Mac and Linux versions too, as well as split-screen and co-op modes. Oh, and the original Carmageddon is coming to iDevices and Android.
Mac and Linux editions were set as incentives for the campaign hitting $600k, but split-screen and co-op were goals for $750k. Delightfully, Stainless decided to toss them in anyway, though it'll take "a little longer" to make them.
The iOS and Android ports of Carmageddon is coming later this summer, Stainless revealed, and will delightfully be free for the first 24 hours.
Look, here's a little work-in-progress footage showing Reincarnation's Bleak City, the new version of a classic Carmageddon track. Stainless stresses that the car, pedestrians and effects are all placeholder, this purely is to show off the city, but look! Roads! Buildings!