Endless Empires Indie Go Go campaign

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  1. lennard

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    I'm launching an Indie Go Go campaign to raise funds and awareness for my online, free to play video game, Endless Empires.

    http://www.indiegogo.com/ee?show_todos=true&a=1016936

    I'm using different price points to help vote up certain new features like new maps, adding Betable to the system and making a single player, free, viral Flash version of the game.

    As you probably already know, you can play the multi-player version of Endless Empires today at:

    http://www.rustyaxe.com/bgames/ee/index.php

    Just register and "Find A Game" to join or "Create A Game" to setup a game that you would like to play and wait for an email telling you that players have started and the game is ready to play.

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  2. lennard

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  3. TylerBetable

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    Hey Lennard, thanks for doing the interview!

    I really like the concept you are trying here by letting people vote on what features they want. Curious to see how it goes
     
  4. bantamcitygames

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    Yeah cool idea using the different amounts for feature choice
     
  5. lennard

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    Just a note to announce that the game is finished and sitting over at FGL waiting for sponsorship. Once that runs it's course I'll announce where people can play the game.
     

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