Here are two games with differing approaches to strategy. Stratagem allows flexibility for more skill-based contests or casual-friendly balance. Flatland wants to take dice games to new dimensions. Peep these games to see whether they’ll be part of your game day activities. Continue reading “Crowdfunding Catches: Stratagem & Flatland”
It’s been seemingly a bajillion years since I’ve played Go Fish, but one educator is looking to create the next evolutionary step in engaging card games.
Teacher and biologist Ariel Marcy of San Francisco concocted Go Extinct, a game that teaches the process of evolution based on Go Fish. She hopes kids will begin to love science via her contribution to “STEAM” (Science, Technology, Engineering, ART, and Math). Continue reading “Crowdfunding Catch: Go Extinct!”
Writing is a necessary thing for me, but I hate wasting paper and pencil lead. I’m intrigued by Writerase notebooks because it features a reusable coated paper that can be readily used with dry erase markers. I can see this used as a note-taking option at high-minded places such as Apple or MIT. Continue reading “Check This Kickstarter: Writerase Dry Erase Notebooks”
What kind of guy starts a Ghostbusters II fan project? Not the Ghostbusters franchise in general with the various movies, toys, comics, etc. Not even Filmation’s Ghostbusters, the wannabe that actually predates the 1984 smash hit. Bradley Bjornstad from Eugene, Oregon is asking for a whopping $100,000 for both a documentary about the Ghostbuster II production and an extended cut made with the addition of cut footage.
The Rise of Red Moon Comic Book Crowd Funding on Kickstarter
Johnstown, PA – June 30, 2013
Local artist Paul R. Michaels turns to crowd funding to leap ordinary self publishing pitfalls. Rise of the Red Moon is a collaborative effort by concept artist and director Paul Michaels, writer co-creator Nathaniel Baker, pencils and ink by Milan Andjelkovic, colors by Veronica Smith, and letters by Ray Burke. Continue reading “Rise of Red Moon Comic Book on Kickstarter [PRESS RELEASE]”
It’s fun to engage in video game fandom where we pound our chests over what’s awesome and what sucks. Don’t forget that the video game industry is just that, an industry. Major game companies aren’t fueled by our goodwill or rage, as much as we like to think otherwise. One man is seeking out why companies are what they are. Continue reading “Video Game Documentary Uses Crowdfunding to Follow the Money”