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Thrive

A project in Minneapolis, MN by Adam Rehberg
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Status: Active

An abstract strategy game where your game pieces evolve as you play.
Backers: 481
Average Daily Pledges: $797
Average Pledge Per Backer: $35

Funding: $16,727 of $8,000
Dates: Mar 5th -> Mar 29th (25 days)
Project By: Adam Rehberg
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$16,727

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$19,913

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Latest News

Survey Check-in, Story #3, and Puzzle #2

March 21st - via: kickstarter.com
Grow. Survive. Thrive. We're into the final 8 days of the campaign and it's a good time to reflect. We're nearing the next stretch goal and I’ve heard so much feedback from backers.  It's been very wise and very helpful so thank you for helping to... (Read More)

A New Creature Joins the Pond, Social Stretch Goal Announced, and Backer Poll#1

March 12th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello Friends, Three bits of important news 1.) We unlocked the second Stretch Goal yesterday, and we now have a toad inhabiting the Pond Life expansion!  Every good pond needs a toad, and this one has perched itself carefully on a mossy twig... (Read More)

Stretch Goal #1 Unlocked and Details! And our first puzzle.

March 8th - via: kickstarter.com
Stretch Goal #1 Details It's day four of the campaign and the fog on the pond has risen. The morning sun is bright and the day is optimistic. Thrive is new and it’s exciting.  I'm going to be releasing another update later how we can build buzz... (Read More)

Funded!

March 7th - via: kickstarter.com
Funded! When we launched the project, I didn't imagine that Thrive would be funded in just over 24 hours.  I knew the game was compelling, and the artwork was eye-catching. Yet I continue to be amazed by the amount of support to make this game a... (Read More)

Welcome to the Pond

March 5th - via: kickstarter.com
Hello old friend, We’re embarking on a journey together, and I’m delighted that you could join me.  Day one has been a rush, and we're already above 75% funding, so I want to take a step back and talk about my promise.   My Promise I promise to... (Read More)

Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: 'Thrive'

March 5th - via: geekdad.com
Everyone knows the game of chess. It’s perhaps the most ubiquitous, universally-recognized game in existence. Even if you don’t fully know how to play, you probably have a decent idea: two armies of pieces, each type equipped with a differing skillset of movement, moving around and whittling down options until only the strongest remains. That’s the nutshell version, anyways. And the only reason I bring it up is because I want to make sure you understand what I mean when I say that Thrive is like what you would get if you reached inside of chess and turned it inside out. Do I have your attention? (Read More)

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