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When An Indie Developer Panics About Their Kickstarter, They Frantically Sell Out

Disparity Games, developers of the critically lauded Ninja Pizza Girl, have announced that as their Kickstarter has still yet to reach its funding target, they are embarking on a last-ditch effort to sell out in any way possible.

“We thought long and hard about what the core messages of Ninja Pizza Girl are”, Disparity Games’ Jason Stark said today, “and we realised that after the concepts of self-esteem, bullying and jumping off rooftops, the pizza stuff was just getting in the way. So now she delivers potato salad to D-list celebrities in order to meet Kim Kardashian”

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irishyort721d ago

Yeah-nah! (C)

Yeah - it wasn't really working in the 1st place

Nah - Changing things slightly won't make it any better

DiscoKid721d ago (Edited 721d ago )

The reason it was getting attention earlier is because there were no actual GOOD Kickstarter campaigns active at the same time. But soon as the bigger game campaigns launched (such as Aegis Defenders), they noticed a denial of funds. I don't see why something like this would have gotten much attention otherwise.