The Crowdfund Bookie crunches data from select successful Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaigns that ended during the week and produces pretty charts for you to look at.

This was a busy week in crowdfunding, as the Kickstarter campaigns for Satellite Reign, Liege, Lacuna Passage, Dungeonmans, Eterium, Project Maiden, Colonisation: Moonbase, Saintly, Salvage Trader and KR-17 ended.

Real-time strategy and Syndicate Wars-inspired Satellite Reign hauled in the most money this week ($705,194), and also had the most backers of the campaigns, with 15,029 people funding the game. Salvage Trader, a 2D space adventure game for PC and Mac, boasted the highest average pledge per person, with each funder averaging a $113.20.

Check out the results and our fancy charts after the break.

Kickstarter:
  • Satellite Reign by 5 Lives Studio - $705,194 (131.81%) by 15,029 people ($46.92 mean average)
  • Liege by John Rhee - $81,458 (543.05%) by 2,918 people ($27.92 mean average)
  • Lacuna Passage by Random Seed Games - $54,295 (135.74%) by 1,830 people ($29.67 mean average)
  • Dungeonmans by Jim Shepard - $43,155 (123.30%) by 1,468 people ($29.40 mean average)
  • Eterium by Andrew Luby - $25,810 (103.24%) by 861 people ($29.98 mean average)
  • Project Maiden by Kevin B. Cole - $12,221 (127.30%) by 362 people ($33.76 mean average)
  • Colonisation: Moonbase by Scott Jones - $10,501 (101.03%) by 341 people ($30.80 mean average)
  • Saintly by Scarvenrot - $7,745 (154.90%) by 260 people ($29.79 mean average)
  • Salvage Trader by Rasmus Rasmussen - $7,471 (124.52%) by 66 people ($113.20 mean average)
  • KR-17 by Wonderfling - $3,738 (124.60%) by 74 people ($50.51 mean average)

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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