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NEVERLAND - Here Be Monsters!

A project in London, UK by Jonathan Green

Status: Active

J. M. Barrie's 'Peter Pan and Wendy' meets Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's 'The Lost World' in this brand-new, thrilling gamebook adventure!
Backers: 126
Average Daily Pledges: £366
Average Pledge Per Backer: £64

Funding: £8,057 of £9,500
Dates: Nov 1st -> Dec 2nd (31 days)
Project By: Jonathan Green
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Latest News

New CLOTH MAP add-on added along with limited time BLACK FRIDAY reward

November 16th - via: kickstarter.com
I know, the updates today have been like London buses; nothing for over a week and then three come along at once. Anyway, this is just a quick one to let you know about two new rewards that have been added to the NEVERLAND - Here Be Monsters!... (Read More)


November 16th - via: kickstarter.com
A few interested individuals have been asking if I have any examples of the add-ons for people to see. As the Kickstarter has yet to fund, the simple answer is, "No", but then the slightly less simple answer is, "But I do have examples of similar... (Read More)

Trials and Tribulations... and Tiger Lilies

November 16th - via: kickstarter.com
Let's talk about Tiger Lily. One of the biggest issues I have with the 1953 Disney-animated version of Peter Pan is its portrayal of Tiger Lily.  Tiger Lily as she appears in Disney's Peter Pan Her purpose in the movie appears to be nothing more... (Read More)

Two-thirds of the way there!

November 7th - via: kickstarter.com
Last night this happened... We hit £6,000! And then this morning, this happened... We have 100 backers!   I am delighted to report that with the joining of our 100th backer (Kirsty Skidmore) NEVERLAND - Here Be Monsters! is now two-thirds funded!... (Read More)

Kickstarter loves NEVERLAND - Here Be Monsters!

November 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
I am delighted to report that, despite having been running for less than 17 hours, Kickstarter selected NEVERLAND - Here Be Monsters! as one of their 'Projects We Love', which means it now appears on the London, UK Kickstarter home page. Thank you,... (Read More)

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