2015-2016 Has Been Nothing Short of Amazing
In 2015-16 my work has, in whole or in part, driven $3,497,776 worth of Kickstarter spending. I just tallied that up. For some reason, I thought it was a lot less, not that I was counting.
WOAH. I need to take a second.
Almost 3.5 million dollars. Incredible.
Let's take a look and what's in the hopper:
- BATTLETECH came home to Jordan Weisman at Harebrained Schemes to the tune of $2,785,537. HBS is a rock-solid performer, and the team there is amazing. I was the design director there for years, and you can bet great turn-based, mech-smashing things are coming.
- Delta Green, a pen and paper game we created in 199...(God...I'm gonna say '2'?) FREAKING EXPLODED all over the internet totaling $407,489 (and counting!) The Agent's Handbook goes to press this week (yay!) The PDF will be available to backers NEXT WEEK.
- Last, but not least, in my new capacity of managing editor at Monte Cook Games, we knocked the Worlds of the Cypher System Kickstarter out of the park with $304,430 pledged. MCG is a machine that produces freaking awesome things. The first big deliverable of the Kickstarter, Bruce Cordell's awesome Gods of the Fall comes out this June.
- To top it all off, my four-person multiplayer, Dark Souls-with-a-sense-of-humor video game NECROPOLIS was picked up by Namco/Bandai for publishing on PS4/XBoxOne. Look for it in June on Steam and all major consoles.
Today, thanks to you, I am lucky enough to bring my work to the world on my own terms. I could not have done any of this without you.