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Crowdfund Bookie: Story generator RimWorld earns $257K

Mike Suszek, @mikesuszek
November 4, 2013
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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 projects for RimWorld, Cosmic Star Heroine, Pulsar: Lost Colony, HuniePop, Universum: War Front, Rebuild: Gangs of Deadsville, Spark Rising and Monster Stacker as well as the Indiegogo campaigns for Sword of the Stars: Ground Pounders and Beyond Eyes came to a close.

RimWorld, a top-down, tactical game with an AI "story generator" earned the most money ($257,152) and had the highest number of funders of the week, with 9,498 people funding the project. Flex-funded, sci-fi strategy game Sword of the Stars: Ground Pounders had the highest average pledge per person rate of the group ($75.84).

Check out the week's results and our pretty charts after the break.



Kickstarter:

  • RimWorld by Ludeon Studios - $257,152 (1340.66%) by 9,498 people ($27.07 mean average)
  • Cosmic Star Heroine by Zeboyd Games - $132,689 (132.69%) by 6,414 people ($20.69 mean average)
  • Pulsar: Lost Colony by Leafy Games - $55,422 (138.56%) by 1,729 people ($32.05 mean average)
  • HuniePop by Ryan Koons - $53,536 (267.68%) by 1,483 people ($36.10 mean average)
  • Universum: War Front by StarworksArt Studio - $45,650 (228.25%) by 1,210 people ($37.73 mean average)
  • Rebuild: Gangs of Deadsville by Sarah Northway - $39,638 (165.32%) by 2,226 people ($17.81 mean average)
  • Spark Rising by Wicked Loot - $21,037 (123.75%) by 514 people ($40.93 mean average)
  • Monster Stacker by Fat Loot Games - $4,160 (138.67%) by 108 people ($38.52 mean average)
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