Answer from Quora: Things are changing rapidly, both in Singapore and in the wider world. While lessons from your parents and grandparents generations are still useful, they will need to be adapted to the new reality. Being frugal is good.
Kicktraq.com was kind enough to pull this data from me for some research I was doing (thanks Adam!). This represents all projects in the Tabletop Games category specifically up to May 22nd, 2015. Tabletop projects by year Year Total Funded Unfunded %funded
Stretch goals are an unofficial way of encouraging over-funding of projects and are a common feature of game crowdfunding projects. I’ll let Kickstarter explain it: A stretch goal is a funding target set by the project creator beyond the original
Jamey Stegmaier over at Stonemaier games has been great at sharing his insight on Kickstarter, having successfully funded several games with more to come. One hot button topic would be Kickstarter Exclusives, discussed in Stonemaier’s blog here and here.
This was originally posted on the 5th of February 2013. Greenbrier Games, who Kickstarted Zpocalypse last year, kindly published a breakdown of where the money went. Zpocalypse was Kickstarted around the same time as Zombicide last year (how time flies)
This is an old entry from 05-15-2012 originally posted on coolminiornot.com. It’s still relevant at time of writing, even with Kickstarter’s enormous growth.