The end of April, my birth month, is always a time of reflection, updating my will, and preventing the mischief god Loki from taking my soul. He is very distracted by shiny, noisy things. That is why I use pictures and GIFs in these posts. It has kept me alive for centuries.
Come, take a look at these projects that are to die very soon if you do not adopt them.
Let's Make More MST3K & Build The Gizmoplex! - 175% Funded
As you can digest with your ocular nerves, the people at Mystery Science Theater 3000 do not quite know how to math. Or rather, they do not know how to settle for just being funded. They are seeking to have an entire 12-episode season funded - and their marketing/presentation makes anything less seem like complete failure. This makes me feel like a failure at failure.
Robots and meat packets are combining to create a new app where they are not beholden to the ever-changing buffet tastes of Netflix. They also have stickers. And mugs. And live shows. Perhaps that is enticing?
There are several hundred-thousand events and benefits to adding your proverbial penny to this overflowing pond of nostalgic comedy.
Unbeatable (An illegal music person does illegal music game) - 363% funded
"Hey, Whiskers," I hear you ask begin, causing me to groan, "why are you showing us ones that have their funding goals met?"
Well....chum, I do not do this to simply help creators. I also do this to marry you to creations worth your time and effort. Funding percentage is not a guarantee of that, to be sure. However, the broken clock that is the knowledge of the masses is occasionally correct.
Here is Unbeatable, a rhythm game with many lyrics in its music. You like lyrics, don't you? You like Snake Eater, DON'T YOU?! Then, perhaps you will like this game that is nothing like Snake Eater.
Instead, you are anime girl fighting music to stay illegal. I believe. What matters is that it looks nice and sounds very catchy. That's worth the dive of your money. Not mine...but yours told me it wanted to be a part of this fun party.
Red Rust (An arcade beat'em up with cool art) - 22% funded
That ol' Stalin is at it again, sending his super secret spies back to the past to destroy giant metallic whatevers. Red Rust is very lovely to look at with a smoother Celebrity Deathmatch aesthetic. Like Armikrog meets Streets of Rage. More over, the music shreds like your local Enron.
A good beat'em up is comfort food that I can stand behind. The demo feels like stiff, punchy goodness that gives good tactile vibrations. Like a kick in the lower horn.