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Monday Morning Crowdfunding Report: September 2, 2013

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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.

For our first list of crowdfunding campaigns, we have the following:

Amerika by Historical Board Gaming, is an alternative history board game based on the idea that the Axis armies gained the upper hand in the World War 2 and have invaded the US. They are seeking $30,000, and have earned $16,379 with 12 days to go.

StellarBrink by Daniel Kole is a sci-fi crafter in which you design the interior of your spaceship as you explore the galaxy. Kickstarter funding was canceled and the campaign has moved to IndieGogo. Has raised $233 with 8 days left

A Wasted Life by Robert Dishong is a zombie survival game featuring isometric game play and procedurally generated towns and NPCs. Failed to reach its funding goal over the weekend. Closed out with only $155 raised.

Generation One: Children of Mars by Steven Stewart is a comic following the lives of the first generation of children born on Mars. He is seeking $10,000 and has already surpassed that goal with $24,492 and still has 3 days to go.

Rust and Bullets by James Hawley is an independent film that is a sci-fi re-imagining of the gun fight at the OK Corral. Failed to reach its funding goal of $10,000 but raised $550 through its flexible funding campaign.

Ethics of Dragon Slaying by Andrew Reddin is a children’s picture book using a dragon slaying metaphor for teaching children morals and ethics. Seeking $5,000 and has raised $257 with 17 days to go..

Cycle by Christopher Warman is a sci-fi drama short film about a man seeking to find a way to save the life of his wife. Seeking $1,200 and has raised $470 with 18 days to go.

That’s it for this week. I will be sure to keep you posted on the progress of these and any new ones that pop up.

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