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The best way to describe this MMORPG is think of all the good things in Second life, WoW, Rift, SWTOR all rolled up into one game. Read more

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$21,345
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The best way to describe this MMORPG is think of all the good things in Second life, WoW, Rift, SWTOR all rolled up into one game.

We are done!

Well with kickstater that is. So I want to send out a great big thanks to everyone who supported the project. Who donated because they believe in the project and who believe in me. We are still going forward and will continue to make this game a reality. So keep looking at the website and sign up to get updates. As we build content we will post it there. 

To all the haters out there. Keep up he good work. You have been fun to play with. It will be great when the game comes out and you all are playing it and biting your tongue the entire time. Have fun. 

Just FYI this is my last message here. I won't be looking at kickstater ever again. Should we try crowdfunding again we will use another services. 

Again thanks. http://www.yourworldinc.com

Comments

    1. Creator Lunar Enigma on May 3, 2012

      Well put Atomsk

    2. Creator Angel Snow on May 3, 2012

      oops I ment to say aren't stupid kickstarter

    3. Creator Angel Snow on May 3, 2012

      lol whatever Bunky will make this game so cool people just are smart enough to get it wait and you will see

    4. Creator Atomsk on May 3, 2012

      To quote what you said to Kotaku at the inception of the project: "A smart investor has partners," Bartlett told me in an e-mail. "I will be investing as well. This also helps me to see if there is actual interest in the type of game I am proposing." I'm really sorry, but 109 backers, with many of the backers donating a dollar simply to troll? That doesn't quite spell 'actual interest' to me. The point that many people tried to eloquently convey to you and you, in turn, simply dismissed as naysaying is that you shouldn't give up on your dream of designing a game, but that it would be prudent to start with a smaller, more actionable project. That's not because we don't think you don't have good ideas; it's just that to give those ideas flight, you really need to understand what goes into actual game development. So, best of luck to you in the future. Please try listening to other more experienced people who are genuinely trying to help next time.