Game Post Mortems

Discussion in 'Indie Business' started by Leon, Jan 27, 2014.

  1. ChunniePark

    ChunniePark New Member

    Oct 11, 2015
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    woa that's sound interesting :) i will share it to my friends
  2. Gmicek

    Original Member

    Jul 27, 2004
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    It's been a while since this thread was updated, and a it since the original author has logged in, but I've got a couple relevant links that may be of use to folks.

    The first two are Kickstarter post-mortems. The first is for Nevermind, and the other is for Orion Trail:

    The final link is the 'for developers' tag on the website I run, Cliqist. Basically they're articles on a variety of Kickstarter related subjects that could be relevant to folks considering launching a campaign. They include monthly breakdowns of successful and unsuccessful campaigns, analysis of failed campaigns, and more.

    Sorry if this seems a bit too advertisy. Not jumping in to just try and boost traffic, there's some content that I feel could be very helpful.
  3. Daniel Mulligan

    Daniel Mulligan New Member

    Oct 12, 2016
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    Really useful information thank you very much. I am just starting out down the Kickstarter route but in the very early stages of game development. This is something me and my wife have been desperate to achieve for years. Would really like all your opinions on the concept and if your feeling generous give it a share on social networks (possibly a bit cheeky ;-) )

  4. Karl Fredriksson

    Karl Fredriksson New Member

    Oct 28, 2016
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    Great list!
    I'm preparing my own Kickstarter at the moment and hope it will join your list one day! ^^
    Daniel Mulligan likes this.
  5. zizulot

    zizulot New Member

    Nov 6, 2017
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    Im slightly dissapointed in KickStarter, I can donate from my country but, I cant start my own Kickstarter

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