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By the Tiny Epic series designer, a clever filler game that unlocks the dawn of computing with pioneers Ada Lovelace & Charles Babbage!
2,520 backers pledged $95,838 to help bring this project to life.

First Patron Results and Vote #2

Posted by Artana LLC (Creator)
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Hi all,

The campaign is doing fantastic - over 1250 backers and $46k+ raised with more than two weeks to go!  We're so incredibly grateful to everyone for making Lovelace & Babbage possible.  Please keep spreading the word and let's keep unlocking those stretch goals!

First Patron Voting Results

Results from the first regular Patron vote are in and we have a runaway winner! Michael Faraday will be the first backer-selected regular Patron included in Lovelace & Babbage.

   Congratulations to everyone who participated and we hope you have fun voting for the remaining five regular Patrons!  On that note...

Regular Patron Vote #2

Tonight, instead of two candidates, we're offering three famous luminaries for your consideration.  Only one can win and only you decide!  As a reminder, voting will be open until 11pm on Wednesday with results announced in a subsequent update.  Full rules are available in this update.  And now, on to the candidates.

John Couch Adams
John Couch Adams

 John Couch Adams (1819-1892) was a British mathematician and astronomer who correctly predicted the existence of the planet Neptune using only mathematics. Neptune's outermost ring is named after him.

Christian Doppler
Christian Doppler

 Christian Doppler (1803-1853) was an Austrian mathematician known for the Doppler Effect which states that the observed frequency of a wave depends on the relative speed of the source and the observer.  Doppler radar uses this effect as do echocardiograms in depicting blood flows.

William Thompson
William Thompson

 William Thompson, better known as The Lord Kelvin, (1890–1895) was a Scots-Irish mathematical physicist and engineer who contributed to the development of thermodynamics, the telegraph, and many other areas of physics.  He correctly determined the temperature of absolute zero and the Kelvin temperature scale is named after him in his honor.

On to the Voting! 

Here is the link to the second poll. Voting will remain open until 11pm (Eastern Time) on Wednesday October 10th. We'll announce the winners when we introduce the next round of candidates on Thursday.

Have fun!

Thank you, as always, for your support.

Team Artana

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    1. Artana LLC 8-time creator on

      @adrian - Just saw your comment - aghast here! Thanks for catching that!

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      ThomasDN
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      Lord Kelvin FTW!

    3. Adrian S on

      Oh, and thanks for the update! 😊

    4. Adrian S on

      The years of birth and death for William Thompson are not correct (obviously, since they show him to only have lived for five years 😝). According to Wikipedia, he was born in 1824, and died in 1907.