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Blog Carnival Wrap-up for March – Crowdfunding and Crowdsourcing RPGs

April 2, 2012

This past month’s RPG blog carnival was on crowdfunding and crowdsourcing RPGs. I thought more people would participate on this topic as RPG projects are hugely popular on Kickstarter, but DungeonBrew was the only blog who joined us this month with an awesome article comparing and contrasting several crowdfunding sites. If you participated and I missed you please leave a comment below.

We had a great time with this topic on Skyland Games. Here is a quick rundown of our articles related to the March Blog Carnival:

We reviewed a number of awesome projects which have gone on to be fabulous success stories if you check their project pages now.

We interviewed Wolfgang Baur of Kobold Quarterly and Open Design fame, as he recently had a great kickstarter and has been doing both crowdsourcing and crowdfunding RPG projects.

We addressed how kickstarter is giving seemingly dead video game franchises new life, and finding an audience that defies conventional big corporate wisdom.

Lastly, we shared a few recent kickstarter developments including a great site that keeps track of RPG kickstarters.

Hope you guys have had a great time reading them, and hopefully we contributed to the success of some truly great projects. We’ll be reviewing the results of the projects we’ve backed, so we’ll keep you posted. Thanks for reading!

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  1. April 7, 2012 at 9:49 pm

    I think it was just a difficult topic for some reason. Aside from describing it and how it works, it just didn’t seem like there was much to talk about.

    Better luck next time…

  2. April 7, 2012 at 9:59 pm

    I probably should clarify that I guess I just felt like I didn’t have much experience to explain more than the basics. Some of the suggestions you made in an earlier post were good ones, but just not ones that I felt like I was able to answer because I’ve not used Kickstarter much and haven’t run one.

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