Crowdfund Bookie, September 1 - 7: Edo Superstar, Ghost Song

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 week in crowdfunding, the Kickstarter campaigns for Edo Superstar, Ghost Song, Divergence: Online, World War 2: TCG, Paranautical Activity, Steel & Steam: Episode 1, Sword N' Board, Proton Pulse Shift and Barter Empire came to a close.

Edo Superstar, a "fighting RPG" earned the most money this week ($67,764), while Metroidvania-styled Ghost Song had the most backers of the group, with 3,014 people funding the action game. MMORPG Divergence: Online had the highest average pledge per person for the week, as each funder averaged a whopping $169.19.

Take a gander at the week's results and our fancy charts after the break.

Kickstarter:
  • Edo Superstar by Jed Henry - $67,764 (104.25%) by 1,227 people ($55.23 mean average)
  • Ghost Song by Matt White - $54,007 (360.05%) by 3,014 people ($17.92 mean average)
  • Divergence: Online by Stained Glass Llama - $19,626 (130.84%) by 116 people ($169.19 mean average)
  • World War 2: TCG by FrozenShard - $18,001 (120.01%) by 199 people ($90.46 mean average)
  • Paranautical Activity by Mike Maulbeck - $12,540 (125.40%) by 897 people ($13.98 mean average)
  • Steel & Steam: Episode 1 by Red Meat Games - $8,590 (343.60%) by 230 people ($37.35 mean average)
  • Sword N' Board by Robert Busey - $8,585 (114.47%) by 188 people ($45.66 mean average)
  • Proton Pulse Shift by Pushy Pixels - $7,099 (236.63%) by 519 people ($13.68 mean average)
  • Barter Empire by Adam Mayhem - $3,846 (256.40%) by 192 people ($20.03 mean average)

This article was originally published on Joystiq.