Moon Intern hits $30,000 Kickstarter goal

One of the most unique new games to pop up on Kickstarter recently, Moon Intern, has officially hit its$30,000 funding goalwith six days to spare in the campaign.

Moon Intern casts players as the newest intern on a lunar colony tasked with completing all manner of missions and favors for current residents - many of whom are designed after the appearance and personality of the project's Kickstarter backers - in order to pay your rent and survive on a lowly intern's wages.

But the hook of the project is that the game observes how you play and tailors missions accordingly. For instance, if you play like a super-soldier, you're going to get missions (randomly generated missions) that cater to your adrenaline-fueled desires. It's a surprisingly big-budget idea being intergrated into a decidedly low-budget title.

There's still six days left to go in the campaign, so there's still time to grab a copy, or jump up to $40 to get yourself in the game.

Andrew Groen

Andrew is a freelance video game journalist, writing for sites like Wired and GamesRadar. Andrew has also written a book called EMPIRES OF EVE: A History of the Great Wars of EVE Online.