Indie Games Studio One Little Goat is Getting Players Inside the Game
Melbourne indie studio One Little Goat is putting player’s pictures and names in its debut mobile game Celebrity Smack as reward for contributing to their crowd funding initiative.
Online PR News – 17-October-2012 – Melbourne, VIC – Melbourne, VIC, Australia, October 17, 2012 -- Studio founder Phil Lemon is using the Australian crowd funding sight http://pozible.com/celebritysmack to raise $5000 to pay for the game's sound track and a version for Android devices (iOS will be first). Crowd funding is when people pledge money to projects they would like to see done in exchange for rewards. The rewards for people who contribute include having their face and name at the start of levels, on in-game collectables and as the drivers of limousines. One lucky supporter will get their name chosen at random to "Be Da Boss" for a level and have their face on a bad guy flying a helicopter that attacks other players. Phil said "crowd funding is a great way to get gamers involved and feel a sense of ownership for your game. I like the idea of rewarding players and what better way than having their face and name in the game. It sure beats a big list on a website. "The crowd funding campaign runs until November 15, 2012.
About Celebrity Smack
The crowd sourcing campaign website is http://pozible.com/celebritysmack
About Philip Lemon
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