Of course we'd be happy to have you, please increase your pledge by 15$ for those living in the US, and 21$ for international backers. At the end of the campaign when we send out the backer survey you will be able to select how many copies you'd like, and we'll check that against your pledge level and the amount you've added. Yes this counts towards the Sauerkraut Challenge.
At the end of the campaign, the whole team will assemble to film a video to talk about how the game was made, fun stories from development, the up-and-down roller-coaster that is crowd funding. While this is going on, creator and artist Andrew Sallwasser (me) will eat 1 spoonful of sauerkraut for every 1 dollar backer, and every backer who increases their pledge by at least a dollar.
Yes, but the rules are a little different. No kids will appear alone, so you will need to start with the 70 pledge, and increase your pledge by 10 per child (limit 2). So a family of four appearing in the game will be 115 or 121 Internationally. After the campaign during photo submissions kids must either appear posed with the parent being drawn into the game, or they must submit a second photo of child and parent non-posed just to make sure the right children go with the right parents.
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