Today M.E. (Mysterious Explorer) send to me this.
Thanks to the INDIEACHIEVEMENT™
we can enjoy this videos of how some games have evolve over the years.
Hope you enjoy it!
Today I bring some statistics… it has been:
1 Still to go
1 Disappeared (No idea what happened).
So… up to now for every 2 projects I select, one is succeeding.
Also, I bring you a blog where the most WTF projects of Kickstarter are commented everyday. To be honest, I like it because only projects that manage to gro through the hardest critics can become real.
After all this, my project for this week is ScreenStick.
Bad news! Unfortunately, StickyBits was not funded.
Good news! That bring us more data:
I leave the same Poisson distribution as in the previous analysis just to be able to compare with it.
If our hypothesis is correct, It seems that stickybits hasn’t been baked because it didn’t offer enough “low cost” baking options. For instance, it seems that another baking option with half the price of the lowest option will fix the problem. Conclusion, they ask for too much money or they give too few things back for the money invested.
The project I recommend today is called TreadGaming. It is a piece of hardware that allows to turn into a gaming control almost any device. That means, exercising machines can be turned into part of the game.
To be honest, I think they ask too much money for the first “good baking option”, because you can only get a copy of the product if you bake 29£, but I think it will be funded anyway.
Because I definitely grow up with Half-Life. Because I can’t remember how many times I played the original game. Because I can’t count the hours expend building maps… playing around… And because I bought the original collector edition with t-shirt (yes, back in the 90’s) and because I gave it to my girlfriend… the t-shirt I mean. This video has to be here.