Pledged: $15 USD Rewards: Digital copy of the game (Steam), Name in credits, Wallpapers, Thank You email from developers Kickstarter start date: May 27, 2020 Kickstarter funded on: June 26, 2020 Estimated delivery date: June 2021
The game’s art style looked neat, with medieval animals fighting each other, so I decided to back this project.
Pledged: $80 USD (+$40 USD shipping) Rewards: “The Lackadaisy Essentials” eBook and Hardcover, Signed bookplate, “Lackdaisy Cats, Vol. 1” digital download, “Lackdaisy Cats, Vol. 2” digital download, HD digital download of Lackadaisy Animated Short, Digital download of soundtrack, Digital download of storyboards Kickstarter start date: March 17, 2020 Kickstarter funded on: April 18, 2020 Estimated delivery date: April 2021
I’ve been following the Lackadaisy comic for years now, and got pinged about an upcoming Kickstarter via their Discord. I went for the high tier with a signed physical reward, and an actual copy of the film.
Pledged: $50 USD Rewards: Digital copy of the game, High-resolution art asset files of in-game cards, Name in the credits Kickstarter start date: December 14, 2019 Kickstarter funded on: January 25, 2020 Estimated delivery date: October 2021
I was looking for something new to pledge towards, and this roguelike card game had a good art style, so I took a chance on it.
Pledged: $15 USD Rewards: Name in the credits, early digital download, production updates Kickstarter start date: October 23, 2019 Kickstarter funded on: November 23, 2019 Estimated delivery date: January 2021
This animation project comes from Brian Firenzi, the creator of 5-Second Films (an enjoyable short film series), who has also starred in projects by TomSka, Freddie Wong, and other content creators I know of.
Pledged: $25 USD (+$5 shipping) Rewards: Digital thank you card, Early viewing, Wallpapers, Soundtrack, Digital art book, Physical sticker sheet (4 characters + Logo) Kickstarter start date: June 23, 2019 Kickstarter funded on: August 22, 2019 Estimated delivery date:December 2021
This project comes from the main creator of a My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic/Powerpuff Girls fan-made crossover episode known as “Double Rainboom” that I saw back in 2013. Internet crowdfunding was required for a pilot episode for their new original series, after they were turned down by various Hollywood studios.
Pledged: $50 Rewards: Digital download, Thank you, Sticker, Name in the credits, Poster, Enamel Pin, Pencils, Postcard, Ability to enter contest, Digital extras Indiegogo start date: October 24, 2018 Indiegogo funded on: TBA Estimated delivery date: June 2020
I heard about this film when it popped up on my Twitter highlights. With familiar artists such as Bill Plympton, and those who have worked on Cuphead and Hazbin Hotel on board, I decided to pledge towards this project.
The film has not yet been released. Physical rewards arrived on July 5, 2019.
Pledged: $30 Rewards: Digital download of game, Digital download of soundtrack, PDF download of development book (art, design, secrets), Beta versions during development, Name in the credits Kickstarter start date: July 22, 2016 Kickstarter funded on: August 22, 2016 Estimated delivery date: February 2018
I simply backed this game because someone said it was going to be the next Undertale, and soon, even SiIvaGunner released a high quality rip of one of the songs in the soundtrack, cementing my decision to remain a backer.
The developers have stated they are in the final stretch as of August 2018.
The final demo was released in August 2020, with a full release later in the year.
Pledged: $50 per episode Rewards: Name in the credits, Early access to episodes, Production updates, Extended blooper reels, Access to 360 degree footage behind-the-scenes content, 4K resolution episodes Patreon start date: March 04, 2016
Video Games Awesome is a Let’s Play series I’ve been watching for many years now. But previously, the people behind it worked on a comedy series called Awesome Video Games.
Before moving from Canada to Japan, Fraser filmed a whole new season of Awesome Video Games. Over five episodes have been released early to patrons in an unfinished state, currently without credits, and not for public viewing yet.