Cryptozoic Entertainment to Produce The Doom That Came To Atlantic City, Will Give Free Copies to Backers
Y'hah! Ystell'bsna ee llll n'ghftyar!
If you contributed a boatload of money to the Kickstarter campaign for The Doom That Came To Atlantic City!, The Forking Path's proposed Monopoly/Lovecraft mashup board game, then there's good news: You might be getting your copy of the game after all, says designer Keith Baker. Hooray! Tentacled horrors for everybody!Read More
In his house at R'lyeh, dead Cthulhu waits with all of your money. Good luck getting that back.
Kickstarter is the go-to crowdfunding site for a lot of people looking to launch ambitious projects, but it takes more than money to get something done, and sometimes Kickstarter campaigns -- even ones that raise more than three times their goal -- fail. That's what happened with the now appropriately named board game The Doom That Came To Atlantic City! It raised $122,874, but now that the creators of the project canceled the game, what happens to all that money?Read More