Well, in addition to KS, we have other sources of funding that will contribute to the mix.
First, we have other games in the market right now, and a few more are coming out very soon. A large part of the revenue that is coming in from those other games, is going to be used for this new project.
Second, we are getting support from our government because they see this project as culturally relevant.
Third, we also have investors who are interested in putting money into the project under the precondition that it is successful on KS. If the gaming community supports this project, they too will get behind it.
Fouth, we don’t need to buy any new computers or software, we have everything that we need. So there is no up-front investment to get the project rolling.
Fifth, this project for us is a real labor of love. We pay ourselves only tiny salaries, just enough to cover our cost, and we don’t expect to make a huge profit with it. This way we keep costs low.
So the reason we are on Kickstarter is not just for the money, but mainly because we want to reach out and see if there is interest in this game, and if so, to build a community around it. We don’t need to cover the entire production costs through the KS.