Sunbreak Games' Buddy and Me fundraising campaign, spearheaded by Metroid Prime series lead level designer, Jason Behr, is about to come to a close on Kickstarter.
At the time of writing, the campaign has raised $25,330 of its initial goal of $40,000 for the game to be successfully funded, with three days to go.
If successfully funded the endless runner platformer will see a release on iOS and Android-operated smartphones and tablets, and possibly Wii U if its third stretch goal is hit.
The first stretch goal of $45,000 will include a playable girl character by popular demand. A $50,000 stretch goal will expand on gameplay mechanics, such as a Zipline and the Cannonball, "where Buddy leaps up, swallows the player, then shoots him out across the level."
The $55,000 stretch goal will introduce Wii U eShop support so the game can be played on the Nintendo console.
Watch the behind the scenes gameplay video below of Buddy and Me running on a tablet.