Drop Another Coin in the Slot
So, as you probably heard – the Ominous Timer from Update #11 was the correct one this time around. We made it to 76%! Some of you have been especially awesome the past couple of days, giving the campaign a nice boost, but we didn't quite reach our goal in the end. I feel like Kickstarter should play this music~ :)
Let me know if you catch the reference! The point is – Drop another coin in the slot, press «Continue». I still feel very strongly about this project, and I found all of your support incredibly encouraging!
Thanks so much to all of you for joining me on this venture. I already spoke about everything I’ve learned and am thankful for, so you know that I don’t think of this is a failure at all, and I got to meet all of you wonderful people! :)
If you are wondering what’s next - I will take a little a break, it’s been a hectic couple of months, and I can sure use one. But, if you have the opportunity, please find me on my various social media here:
- Twitter (Personal – @LeonDaydreamer)
- Twitter (Studio – @FaroffDaydream)
- Instagram – @FaroffDaydream
- Facebook (A Near Dawn – I don’t update it as much as I should...)
My website: http://www.faroffdaydream.com
And you can reach me vie direct message here on Kickstarter or by sending me an e-mail at info [at] faroffdaydream.com ~ if you’d like to stay up to date on what will be happening next with A Near Dawn and at Far-off Daydream Games, just shoot me an e-mail and I will put you on our mailing list (don’t worry, I only use it if there is something really worth mentioning).
Don had something to share:
What’s that, Don? Surely you don’t mean the 1987 Tim Capello song from The Lost Boys soundtrack – “I Still Believe”? Why yes, it is a great song, and quite appropriate, too! :) (There is some vampire footage in the music video, though~ )
Finally, Street Figther! The reference earlier was Street Figther II – a lot of you probably knew that, it’s the music that plays when you lose a match. :P – but then you press Continue, and you fight again.
I hope you enjoyed some of these updates (and weren’t too annoyed with my particular brand of humor – I know I like it), it was probably the best part about running this campaign for me.
Thanks for everything, guys! Let’s keep in touch! :)