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Truly classic games never die. The original Jumpman game still has fans, and now, we're updating it while sticking to it's core!
Truly classic games never die. The original Jumpman game still has fans, and now, we're updating it while sticking to it's core!
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Corporate Contributor #2!

Posted by Davis Ray Sickmon, Jr (Creator)
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At the beginning of the Kickstarter campaign for Jumpman Forever, I mentioned that I had two, possibly three companies who are buying the splash-screen advertising on the front page.  The first one happened towards the beginning of the Kickstarter.  Now, the second one has taken the reward for the other splash screen, the most expensive reward we have!

That now puts the Kickstarter very close to funding - we're now at over $17,000!  That means we're close!  Only $3,000 more to raise in the next four and a half days!  

There's the off chance that a third corporate level reward will be purchased - but I'm not holding my breath, and when discussing it with them, it was going to be at the $2,500 reward level if it happens.  Big IF on that one, though!

Sooooooooooo close!

Meanwhile, there's more Podcasts to guest on soon (X S Gaming, and another one who's name slips my mind now), along with the nearly 3 hour one I did with www.NerdGenious.com on Sunday.  Fortunately, I'm someone who enjoys talking. :-)

Also, copies of the 8-level Jumpman Forever Preview are now in many people's hands, and a lot of them are enjoying it :-)  I've also been told it's pretty hard - which is good, the original Jumpman is no walk in the park!  However, for the final version, there will be a better buffer of easy levels, so the difficulty doesn't ramp up quite so quickly.

Davis Ray Sickmon, Jr

Author, Jumpman Forever

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      Thedmstrikes
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      Yippie! Old school rules.

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      Tim Noyce on

      Congrats on the corporate donor!