Come. Live. It's half-price margaritas inside.
Somethings are better than money. Other things are worse than money. Money is money. What you do with your money, according to capitalism, is make more money with it. Instead, Might the projects below tempt you into using your money to find one of those things that are better than money?
Oh, and for those here for the margaritas, they will arrive in 4-6 weeks. Some assembly and three triple A batteries required.
The Shredder (It's The F*cking Shredder to you) - 34% funded
Yes, that Shredder. He slices, he dices, and he's had a hankering for turtle soup for long enough to legally be called an addiction.
The team behind the knives are the same that delivered several issues in recent TMNT stories for Image Comics. The Shredder is promised to deliver a third-round clash between the slicey boi himself and the best damn teenage mutant turtle ninjas around. I believe the turtles took round one thanks to some clever counter-punching. Round two is where Shredder started to use his jab more effectively.
Whatever happens in round three, it will be more satisfying than anything Jake Paul has called a boxing performance in his career.
Geeks Doing Good 2021 (Stuff in exchange for charity) - 789% funded
While my loved ones have argued for years that I give my money away, rarely is it for anything resembling a good cause. Perhaps that one time I clicked a penny into a wishing well. Perhaps...that mermaid will....
I am back - Geeks Doing Good 2021 is raising funds for various charities that fight poverty, help disenfranchised refugees, combat illiteracy, and rebuild after natural disasters. For your charitable dollar, there are a bevy of rewards - like a billion.
Anything from coins and pins up to signed books, map collections, and becoming a goat's head to receive a hug from the delightful man (as seen above). Feel free to vet them to your hearts content via this website before diving into the reward-straveganza.
Cloudscape (A cloud-man-hybrid restoring the world) - 129% Funded
Survival games are the Dark Souls of calling games Dark Souls. The genre will not be leaving this world until the sun explodes this entire solar system into the next stage of evolution. So, why not just make the character cute and call it a day?
Cloudscape does a little more than that. The game blows air into the concept of your standard survival game, tasking you with saving the world as opposed to just running a successful farm. Other funfetti additions include having to play a game with Death to escape Limbo (Bill and Ted style) and being able to reshape the island to your whims. Like a cute little destroyer of worlds.
There are mannnyyyy tiers for this one as well, giving you, dear reader, a variety of ways to showcase your love. If, you know, you still have a few more games to play before the end of the universe comes around.