Along with the digital copy of the game you will receive a PDF instruction booklet in the style of old NES games. Anyone who doesn't get one will still be able to play the game fine. This is just a nostalgia thing. You will also receive a digital version of the game's soundtrack.
All of the previous rewards, and you can write the epitaph (as long as you keep it semi-classy) for the grave with the name of your choice. Ever wanted to say something poignant for the ages and didn't want to wait to die? Now's your chance.
You get the chance to describe a custom headstone for us to put in the game. Only restriction is it has to be realistic and somewhat match the predominant art style. Also includes all lower reward tiers.
At this amount you will get a physical video game box, instruction manual and OST. This is the only reward with a physical product, and only 50 will be made. If no one gets this one, I'll just keep them all myself.
At this amount, you will have my eternal gratitude, and in addition to the other rewards you will also get to have an object of your choosing dedicated to whomever you please. Things such as a bench, pagoda, fountain or other graveyardy thing.
For your generous support we will place an NPC of your design (obviously within reason) in the game as a mourner. You will be able to work with the writer to craft a few lines of dialogue for your character. Also, you receive all lower reward tiers, so your character can mourn at the grave you designed.
The opening title will have "PRODUCED BY:" Followed by your name. Because seriously, that's a lot of money to give a game about gravestones. Limit five, because if more than five people want this reward something has gone horribly wrong in the universe.
A mausoleum will be put in the game in your honor. It will be filled with statues and paintings and whatever you want. It can be in memory of whatever and whoever you want as long as it doesn't break any copyright or libel laws.
It would basically be a mini-graveyard within the larger graveyard. You would be able to request any design style you wanted, and dictate the look of all items within it.
It also would cost ten. Thousand. Dollars. Seriously. We're only asking for five grand total. Still, if you must have your own virtual mausoleum, now is the time.