Wrath of Khan wrote:Yes, an exclusive art cover, a figurine or a holographic card depicting an emotionally resonant scene, holograms are cool; the soundtrack on a separate cd and a large high quality poster, the kind worth framing.
And the same for Xenocider.
How about original artwork? And I mean good old pencil on paper...
I unfortunately wouldn't know them by name, but sounds good. Yeah that sounds more like a stretch goal though given I'm sure their not low fee. I do like the above mentioned, frameable Kickstarter exclusive poster. It would go great next to my Pier Solar framed goodies
Do yourself a favor: Google "Carlos Pacheco X-men", "Carlos Pacheco Green Lantern", "David Aja Iron fist", "David Aja Hawkeye"
Actually Carlos Pacheco doesn't live too far from my town...
Charlton wrote:yeah thats a good idea to have for both. whoever is doing their art work for Retro Semus right now is doing a great job as it is. i love both the AMEBA and XENOCIDER teasers so far.
Joan Albert Mendoza is currently the main artist for Ameba http://8akina.deviantart.com/
Nines Hammerstein (not her real name) helped us design Xara, the main character for Xenocider http://nineshammerstein.blogspot.com
Stellaking wrote:As great as physical Kickstarter items can often be, how about something common - something easy.
No doubt something already considered, a name in credits option / tier.
Certainly would see support for the project from fans, likewise, honorable recognition from the devs - to the fans.
Easy enough, cost at your discretion & not needing any super expense.
I could never argue with that!
Name in the credits will be there for ALL backers. Most probably there will be the option to name a character, and perhaps also become a character yourself, or simply tell us what you'd like them to look like
dan1234 wrote:This isn't exactly a reward request. But can there be a stretch goal for online multiplayer somewhere? I'm about to make a thread requesting any current or future devs to consider multiplayer. Especially for crowdfunding, imo online multiplayer would be a huge attention grabber for any genre
Well, I don't think that's exactly feasible with Ameba (or any visual novel that I know of), but we'll look into it for Xenocider. How about that?