Bellum: of Mutants and Men

Poker Smash for PC

A project in Lexington, SC by Void Star Creations

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Poker Smash is the frenetic puzzle game with a poker twist you know from Xbox Live Arcade. Tetris Attack + Poker = Poker Smash!
Backers: 147
Average Pledge Per Backer: $55

Funded: $8,060 of $7,500
Dates: Feb 18th -> Mar 20th (30 days)
Project By: Void Star Creations
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We made it!!

March 19th - via:
Thank you all so much! We had some very generous friends and family to bring us over the top, but we couldn't have done this without everyone's help. We will post updates on our progress to let you all know how things are going. Thank you!  (Read More)

Final push

March 18th - via:
Well, it's coming down to the wire here. We still need $1300 to reach our goal. Keep spreading the word to all your puzzle game loving friends! Thank you all so much for your support!  (Read More)

We can do this!

March 14th - via:
Thank you all so much for your support! We've made great progress over the last week, but we're still not there yet. We've found it very hard to get coverage, so we're going to ask you all for more help spreading the word. There are only 6 days left,... (Read More)

Kickstarter Katchup – 3rd March 2013

March 3rd - via:
There haven’t been any ‘losers’ in the Katchup for a while, partly because projects that are moving very slowly tend to be removed before they run out of time, and partly because there haven’t been quite as many small projects to cover. The list of ‘players’ is increasing rapidly though and even though the first comment will undoubtedly be from somebody reminded me of a game that I’ve missed, there are plenty of things to see. However, the influx of new entrants is balanced somewhat by this week’s losers. One is a small, surreal project, the other is a grander and more direct proposition. The creators of both have vowed to continue their work in some form. (Read More)

One week down...

February 25th - via:
While we have had a pretty good first week, we still need your help to make this Kickstarter a success! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE tell your friends. Tweet it. Facelike it. Youpintumblrgramify+ it. Shout it from the rooftops. Paint it on a kite and fly it... (Read More)

Kickstarter Katchup

February 24th - via:
Several projects are either on the brink of the precipice of funding failure, or in a prolonged mid-term slump. It’s enough to make a man pre-emptively proclaim the Kickstarter craze dead and buried, but if that same man then casts an eye over the promising new projects and remembers successes and shortfalls of the past, he may well decide to cancel the obituaries, at least for now, and simply play some prototypes instead. (Read More)

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