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Double Fine Adventure Crosses $2.5 Million in Kickstarter Funding

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 2 years ago

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An anonymous reader writes ""Double Fine Adventure", the crowd-funded adventure game from Tim Schafer and Ron Gilbert (of Monkey Island fame), just crossed the $2.5 million mark in funding on Kickstarter. So far, about 73,000 enthusiastic backers have contributed an average of $35 dollars each, with 3 extravagant backers going as far as to contribute $10,000 (earning them a lunch with Schafer and Gilbert, among other goodies). The total sum is over 6 times the amount Schafer and Gilbert were initially hoping to raise ($400,000). Schafer released a few pictures showing what he's doing with all the money. The project has received attention in mainstream media (sort of), with NPR's Morning Edition covering the story."
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Erfworld kickstarter (1)

Hyperhaplo (575219) | more than 2 years ago | (#39317081)

and while we are on the topic, the Erfworld Kickstarter [kickstarter.com] has raised over $64000 with over 880 backers to fund a motion comic

Additional funds will go towards [partiallyclips.com]:

  • New Erfworld website [erfworld.com]
  • Free Erfworld book 1 for a variety of people
  • Funding a reprint of book 1
  • Funding to making Hamstard [hamstard.com] beanies
  • Funding for a make-your-own-Hamstard-comic tool
  • Funding for a soundtrack album
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