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Submitted by feedluster 865d ago | opinion piece

Kickstarter Knuggets 21

Nerdluster: When choosing who you'll support on Kickstarter it's important to remember that many of these project organizers are working on a crowdfunding platform for the first time. Sometimes they make promises they can't keep and other times they will be unaware of the challenges facing them months after funding has wrapped. This week we should be able to rest easy though. Shovel Knight is a platformer that's taking the hard road by developing for the Nintendo WiiU and 3DS - one has to commend a development team willing to shoot for the stars. Greenbrier Games and their Zpocalyse board game were already successful on Kickstarter and now they're returning to give their fans new content. (Culture, Kickstarter)

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