The Indiegogo campaign didn't really go anywhere, but that's not stopping the dedicated team at Phoenix Interactive Studios.

Despite only earning $875 from nine backers in the campaign, co-founder Martin Bertram told GameSpot that Bible Chronicles: The Call of Abraham is "moving forward at best speed."

The designers are currently building the in-game cities of Memphis, Egypt, and Haran, and they're also putting together a cinematic trailer for the game. In regards to the funding, the studio put together a private placement memorandum (PPM) and they're in talks with "several" potential investors. If everything goes smoothly and they get the money they need, the title will release for the PC, Mac, Linux, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 this fall.

Bertram added that even if the money doesn't come through, the game will be still be completed; it'll just be late:

"…we will definitely complete this project and release it."

Well, good luck.

Related Game(s): Bible Chronicles: The Call of Abraham