My Father's Work

John Company: Second Edition

A project in St. Paul, MN by Cole Wehrle

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Guide your family to fame and fortune as you negotiate over the fate of the insidious British East India Company.
Backers: 9150
Average Pledge Per Backer: $86

Funded: $787,217 of $50,000
Dates: Mar 30th -> Apr 20th (22 days)
Project By: Cole Wehrle
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Latest News

The Final Stretch and a Surprise Stream

April 19th - via:
Hello everyone, We have entered the final stretch of this remarkable campaign. Who would have guessed that a game like John Company could possibly raise over 700,000 dollars?! We'll be talking more about what the success of this campaign means for... (Read More)

Schedules + Designer Diary + Solo Design

April 16th - via:
Hello Hello! Quick status update. Since there are two separate printings happening during this campaign, we have a couple different timelines that I wanted to briefly mention before the campaign wraps up next week.  We are already nearing the end of... (Read More)

Development Update and Artist Spotlight

April 14th - via:
Hi Backers! We just funded past $600,000 and that is ASTOUNDING. Cole and I can’t begin to tell you how thrilled we are to make and deliver our games at that scale. Clearly backers like you want to see more game like this! It is because of your... (Read More)

Checking in + Shipping Rates + Artist Spotlight

April 7th - via:
Hi everyone! I will try my best to refrain from gushing about how grateful we are, and more so, how amazing our backers are. It is pretty incredible that we get to make games like John Company and Pax Pamir because of people like you directly... (Read More)

A little design chat and AMA

April 2nd - via:
Hello everyone, I spent today pretty caught up in other designs and only had a chance to log onto the Kickstarter after work. My goodness. This campaign has exceeded every expectation. We're not even a week in and we've already passed Pax Pamir's... (Read More)

Campaign News and John Company Stream!

March 31st - via:
Hey everyone! Here's a short & sweet update about tonight's live stream and some general campaign news. John Company Stream Check out the game in action! We are going to be streaming our Tabletop Simulator version of John Company tonight over on... (Read More)

More Than Funded

March 30th - via:
Dear Backers, When Drew and I built the first Pamir Kickstarter a couple years ago, we truly had no idea what to expect. Like a lot of campaigns, the campaign had stretch goals. These goals weren't sales gimmicks. We truly didn't know what to expect.... (Read More)

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