With just a week left to go, Gridopolis is inching toward successful funding of its Kickstarter campaign.

The multiplayer 3D strategy game and system from designer Dave Schultze, owner and founder of SchultzeWORKS, presents players with the dynamic ability to move, jump, and build in three dimensions, using the extra parts they’re provided with at the start of each game. Each Gridopolis set includes a total of 217 pieces, but the game is played using just seven simple parts. Schultze, a toy design instructor at OTIS College of Art and Design in Los Angeles, play tested and refined the game over the course of several years with his students.

See the full gameplay in the Kickstarter video below.

The Gridopolis campaign seeks $15,000 to create a new set of tooling that will allow for increased production and distribution expansion in the U.S. At press time, $12,216 has been pledged by backers, who will also receive Gridopolis games as a perk for backing the project.