Every Monday, We link to the crowdfunding pages of games from Oklahoma developers and other interesting crowdfunding projects from Oklahomans. Music, comics, table-top games and more. If it might be of interest to gamers and game developers we will show them off.
Here is the primary list of crowdfunding campaigns:
Rivals Steampunk Designer Toys – Set II by Chase Layman. This campaign follows Layman’s earlier successful Rivals campaign. He is adding two new characters to the earlier set. Rivals successfully reached its funding goal this past week with a total of $21,323 raised.
Tulsa Renaissance: We Rise Together Documentary by Anthony Gaba-DeLaCroix. Anthony is putting together a documentary on Tulsa’s music scene. It looks like it could be very nice. Tulsa Renaissance successfully reached its funding goal this past week with $6,122 raised.
AngelBlocks: Lifestyle Automation for Everyone by Steve Montgomery. This technology allows you to wirelessly and remotely control nearly any electrical and electronic device in your home. Steve is seeking $50,000 to fund the production of the blocks. Steve cancelled the campaign in order to retool and regroup. The project will be back in March.
Kingdoms of Erden by Timothy Olinger. A collectible card game with a fantasy theme. The original campaign ended and Timothy has restarted on a new revamped campaign. Timothy is looking to raise $1,000 to raise the money needed to develop the art and publish the game. This project has raised $38 with 29 days to go.
Syd by Multiverse Games is a time and inter-dimensional traveling game following the story of Syd as he spends multiple lifetimes trying to become immortal. This ambitious project is looking to raise $900,000 to fund the development. They have raise $63 with less than two days to go. With such a high goal and nearly no movement on the funds, we are writing this one off this week.
We are doing our own t-shirt campaign. The money made through this campaign will go toward paying our hosting costs as well as supporting game developers in Oklahoma. We want to sell 30 shirts in 3 weeks. Please support us so we can support you. We have sold 2 shirts so far with 2 weeks left.
That’s it for this week. We seem to be hitting another lull in campaigns. Hopefully more will pop up over the next couple of weeks. I will be sure to keep you posted on the progress of these and any new ones that pop up.