It’s time to experiment by using a new method of funding future game projects, with a website called Kickstarter.com.
This is a relatively new website that many indie game makers are experimenting with. Basically, it’s a funding program where I can set a funding goal to achieve in a set amount of days, and give rewards to people who want to back the project.
Check out the Liquisity 2 Kickstarter page, where it will tell you all about the game and what I’m planning for it. Then you can choose to “back” the project with a number of different rewards issued at each amount given, which are mostly discounted offers of my current and future commercial games. The good thing is you don’t have to pay any money if the overall goal isn’t met by the end of January. Neato, eh?
What I could really use is some help in getting the word out for this project. Kickstarter.com won’t give this project any attention unless it can get quite a few page views, so I could really use any support you can give me in linking to this project via your personal sites or any other place you can think of. We might get to the goal, or I might not receive a single backer, but whatever the case is, this should be a great experiment to watch!