Back in November, the table top game Rivals: Masters of the Deep met and exceeded its funding goal of $40,000, having raised $53,157. The game is now deep into the development stage. In their latest project update, they show off some great concept artwork for the game as well as providing some exciting announcements.
Author: E. Zachary Knight
I have been an avid gamer since I was a young kid playing Pong at my Great Grandmother's house. I have been interested in game development since My TI-99. I currently work to promote the work of the creative people in Oklahoma.
Friday brought Bow Tie Games’ Kickstarter campaign for Barn Raiser to a successful close. They originally set their goal to $1,000 and ended up raising…
Yesterday, Barn Raiser, the charitable card game by Bow Tie Games, hit its $1,000 funding goal. This is great news for Bow Tie and a…
XPO Gaming Convention will be happening this year. While it took a couple of years to get everything ready, they are well on their way to put on a great convention. To that end, they have announced their Keynote speaker. Tramell Isaac, art director of Boss Key Studios, is given top billing at the event.
Last year, Zems, an online collectible card game developed by Impulse Limited, held a public alpha and a Kickstarter. While the Kickstarter did not meet its goal of $40,000, only raising a little over $6,000, its alpha and promotions managed to helped it gain a sizable following in the community. So it is exciting to see the latest developments.
For quite some time, Aaron Frias has been making custom card games and launching them on Kickstarter. He has done it under his own name, Geym Theori, and now Bow Tie Games. He has had a number of successful game campaigns and is now putting that track record to do some good for the community.
As we look back at the year 2015, We see a lot of great things happening for Oklahoma game developers. We had a number of successful tabletop game Kickstarters and quite a few games hit Steam and other platforms. This year was all about the developers and they games they make. So let’s review.
Welcome to the last Monday Morning Crowdfunding report of the year 2015. We had a nice year of crowdfunding here in Oklahoma. While not every campaign…