This project will only be funded if it reaches its goal by Tue, December 18 2018 10:37 PM UTC +00:00.
By popular demand.
Hello, I'm Ryan Blevins, an artist and tinkerer who's only a few classes away from a bachelors degree in Digital Media. I have been experimenting and fiddling with game design my entire life, mostly as thought experiments. For the past 10 years I have been doing it as a hobby and now I want to make my hobby into a small business.
MUSA is my first complete marketable game produced and everyone who has played it has enjoyed it. This game is a great way for people of all generations to play together and have fun. There is just as much chance for a 12 year-old to win as a 60 year-old. I made this game to play with my nieces and nephews who are of many age groups and we all have fun together.
I hope you enjoy MUSA as much as my family.
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Risks and challenges
This being my first Kickstarter campaign and me myself being an unknowable quantity is a risk in itself. BUT, this is a dream of mine and I have other game ideas and other Kickstarter campaigns I would like to run in the future. Mucking this up is not an option.
I won't lie - life happens. As with any project that involves the production and manufacture of goods to be delivered, there is certainly a real chance for hiccups, production delays, problems with an overseas factory, missing units and one shipping snafu or another.
Manufacturers are lined up and ready to begin the pre-press process as soon as the files are delivered. The sample card game has been made by two different manufacturers to see how they would turn out. My family and friends have been playing MUSA for two years and we still have fun when we do. I hope that everything goes as planned, but if something falls through the cracks, I am ready and willing to employ every tool at my disposal to get the project back on track and running smoothly. I will be completely honest and open with each of you every step of the way.
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