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Die Laughing RPG

A project in Marietta, GA by Craig Campbell
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The zero-prep horror-comedy RPG that puts the laughter in slaughter.
Backers: 391
Average Pledge Per Backer: $14

Funded: $5,565 of $700
Dates: Oct 30th -> Nov 21st (23 days)
Project By: Craig Campbell
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Post Credits

November 21st - via: kickstarter.com
This post is for backers only. Please visit Kickstarter.com and log in to read. (Read More)

That's a Wrap!

November 21st - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings, victims…   And that’s a Kickstarter wrap for Die Laughing. Congratulations, everyone. We made a game happen!   On behalf of myself, the production crew, and the test audiences, thank you so very much for helping make Die Laughing a... (Read More)

Final Edits

November 21st - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings, victims…   In movie-making, edits are often made to the movie at the last minute.   So here we are with a minor edit for all you you. My apologies for the late hour on this. I didn’t expect this to be a thing for this game.  ... (Read More)

Climax

November 19th - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings, victims…   In movie-making, the climax is the final resolution of the story. But you know that.   Here we are, two days to go. I’d call that the climax of the Kickstarter campaign. Thanks so much for backing and taking the time to... (Read More)

Twist

November 16th - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings, victims…   In movie-making, a twist is a sudden change in the narrative of the story. It’s often something that makes you examine everything you’ve seen previously from a new perspective. In the best movies, it makes the movie great... (Read More)

Raising the Stakes

November 13th - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings, victims…   In movie-making, “raising the stakes” refers to making things more dire for the protagonist. This often means making the stakes more personal.   I’m going to shoot for a personal goal here. My first Kickstarter,... (Read More)

Reveal

November 8th - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings, victims…   In movie-making, a “reveal” refers to the moment when an important story element is first made known explicitly to the viewer. Sometimes it’s when an important piece of information about a character is made known.... (Read More)

Character Arc

November 5th - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings, victims…   In movie-making, character arc refers to how a character changes over the course of the story. In the best stories, the core of the character changes as a result of the trials and tribulations they go through. They end up... (Read More)

Plot Point

November 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings, victims…   In movie-making, a plot point is an important moment in the story. It often marks a turning point for the protagonist or serves to summarize some important information for the audience.   So, here’s a summary of where... (Read More)

Rising Action

November 1st - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings, victims…   In movie-making, “rising action” is the term used to describe the escalation of problems the protagonist deals with. It forces the protagonist to take action to overcome these obstacles.   The past couple days have been... (Read More)

The Inciting Incident

October 31st - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings, victims…   In movie-making, the inciting incident is the moment when the protagonist engages the story and leaves their old world behind. It's when they start making active choices to confront the challenges they're facing.  I awoke... (Read More)

Funded!

October 30th - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings, victims…   Well, damn! Look at that. Funded in 159 minutes. I know it’s a small-scale game, but wow! Thank you so much for getting Die Laughing off to a rocking start!   Bonus Features  I’m going to handle this Kickstarter a... (Read More)

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