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After what seemed like a very long four-weeks the Kickstarter campaign has concluded at 150% of the funding target. A big thanks to all the backers. And now the real work begins.
It might be of interest to you (especially if you are considering your own Kickstarter) to see the referral report from Kickstarter. I know I found it useful when Jamie Fristrom shared his data from the Energy Hook campaign.
With only a few hours left in the Kickstarter campaign, a new feature has been added to the map editor. You can now save out a 2D, top-down rendering of your maps. Perfect for creating map handouts, or bringing into other programs.
Tabletop Connect: 3D Virtual Tabletop on Kickstarter
We’ve hit $25,000 and unlocked the first stretch goal. Next up is a feature everyone wants: cards and deck support.
Places around the web you can hear more about Tabletop Connect:
You can listen to an interview I did with Ben Gerber at “Troll in the Corner,” and Eric Coates gives us a nice plug on 2013 Ennie Award nominated “Transmissions from the Ninth World.”
It’s the halfway point of the Kickstarter campaign and were over 60% funded.
Here’s a preview of some experimental features:
Tabletop Connect Experimental Features from C. Lewis Pinder on Vimeo.