#RPGaDAY2015, Day 2: Kickstarter Game You’re Most Pleased You Backed

The second #RPGaDAY2015 topic is Kickstarter Game You're Most Pleased You Backed. I would reword that topic to "Crowdfunded Game..." because there's some fantastic stuff coming out on Patreon and IndieGoGo. Every three weeks at Purple Pawn, I write a Crowdfunding Highlights article (4-6 things that have caught my attention) in rotation with two other staff members, and there's more to crowdfunding than just Kickstarter. But Kickstarter has the best interface for finding things to throw money at, which is part of the reason why I've backed many more things on that funding platform than all others combined. I'm going to go with a game that I worked on: Chill, 3rd Edition. I backed this at a dollar, which is something I do when I'm brought on board a project before the campaign ends. I really I want to see the backer-only updates and the backers' comments. (And, if need be, respond to the comments if it's cool with the campaign creator.) There are about...
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Primetime Adventures: Play In Public

Primetime Adventures: Play In Public

When the Primetime Adventures Kickstarter went live, I said that if it hit $25k, I would write up my guide to running Primetime Adventures at game days and conventions. It hit that mark with three days to spare. So here is the creatively-named Running Primetime Adventures at Game Days and Conventions. (Not-secret code name: Stealing from Jason Corley). Once it hit that mark, I said I would write up a fully-developed series kit (as described in this backer update) based on MCU: Gotham, my police procedural in Batman's Gotham City show, if the kickstarter hit 900 backers. It did that shortly afterwards, so I owe you guys that, too. here it is: PTA Series Kit: MCU: Gotham Then I said if the kickstarter hits 950 backers, I would do up one for something in the Zurvivor setting, which spawned three actual shows (Zurvivor, about a reality tv show set on Zombie Island; COPZ, a COPS-like show during the outbreak on the mainland; and Safety in Numbers, set a bit later...
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