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:
The Wrath of Salistah – Part One by Tom Morgan. A RPG made from RPGMaker VX Ace. Tom is looking for $1,000 to finish the game and has raised $30 with 23 days left.
Realm by Will Alley. A Medieval RPG which includes some strategy elements. Will is looking to raise $800 and has 53 days left.
Zombee Ninja by Zombee Games. Zombee Ninja is a mobile game about a bee infected by a zombie ninja virus. Zombee Ninja was canceled this past week after not gaining the support they were seeking.
Illustrated Girl #2 by Jackson Compton and Jerry Bennett. Illustrated Girl #2 is the follow up to Compton/Bennett’s earlier successful crowdfunding of the first issue of Illustrated Girl, a comic following the life of a girl who brings drawings on her skin to life. They are seeking $3,300 to fund the printing of the comic and have raised $2,341 with 13 days left.
Nadir’s Zenith #4 by Jackson Compton and Jerry Bennett. Nadir’s Zenith follows mankind in its journey through space after abandoning earth after economic and ecological disasters. They are seeking $5,000 to fund printing of this issue and have raised $762 with 13 days left.
The Forgetti Yetti by Matt Martin. Forgetti Yetti is a children’s book about a Yetti with a tendency to forget things in his life who goes on a adventure around the world. Matt is seeking $4,500 to fund printing of the book and has raised $550 with 13 days left.
Jonathan Padilla’s Senior Recital. Jonathan is a composer looking to create music for movies, tv and games. As part of this, he is planning his Senior Recital featuring music composed for those mediums. He is currently working on a score for Oklahoma based Cowhouse Games’ Shards of Erem. He is seeking $2,000 and has raised $967 with 24 days left.
That’s it for this week. We hope to see the progress of these and to see more come out.