There are so many video game projects on Kickstarter, how do you know which one you might want to fund, if you’re so inclined? Well, if it’s a video game project headed by Neal Stephenson, give him your money.
Any pledge will help the cause, but if you’d like a credit in the game or an actual copy, you’ll want to spend a respective $10 or $25. The rewards escalate quickly after that: $50 and $75 pledges first give downloadable concept art and later a digital fighting manual, while $100, $150 and $250 donations will add a very real t-shirt, a hard copy of the manual, a signed poster with a patch and eventually a signed poster. Are you a high roller? Spending $500 or $1,000 adds a signed manual as well as either the first book or whole collection of the related The Mongoliad trilogy, plus (at the higher tier) invitations to Subutai parties in Seattle. Pledges at $5,000 will supply the actual concept art; at the peak $10,000, you’ll get a real longsword, lunch with Subutai and a tour of the offices. If you’re game in the literal sense of the word, you’ll have until mid-day on July 9th to help Neal reach the lofty $500,000 funding target.
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