The Perils of Kickstarter: How Erik Chevalier Failed to Make a Game with $122,874 // Stuff from my blog (Motwera)

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Since Kickstarter’s inception in 2009, many amazing projects have come to fruition through crowd funding and have left users generally happy.  Occasionally, a project may take a bit longer to produce or may miss the funding mark altogether, but for the most part it is a fantastic way to support a great item with exclusive bonuses.  Board games seem to have a huge following on the site and some have even broken the one million dollar mark (most recently…

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