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Leisure Suit Larry using Kickstarter to hit on everybody at once
Leisure Suit Larry using Kickstarter to hit on everybody at once
14,081 backers pledged $655,182 to help bring this project to life.

No credit card?

If you don't have a credit card, there are other ways you can pledge to Leisure Suit Larry!!!!  First, buy a "Ukash voucher", then convert it into a "Ukash NEO pre-paid Mastercard".  From there, you can use it with Amazon's payment system.

In many areas of Europe, you can use your Visa Debit or Visa Electron cards to pay online.

Also, be sure to add $1 extra to the ukash cards. Apparently other Kickstarters have said that Amazon holds on to an extra dollar when you enter in the information and it can cause payments to fail otherwise.

Thanks Tim Schaefer and Ryan Voots for the info!!!!!!


    1. Creator Andrzej Mackiewicz on April 6, 2012

      haha Krzystof, I suggested that myself but it's not created yet! XD

    2. Creator Krzysztof Kondrak on April 6, 2012

      I think it would be great if you could reveal a bit what the prize contents would actually be (eg. what the boxed-edition of the game would contain, how big is the art-book, the litographs etc). That would probably encourage people to raise their pledges!

    3. Creator Gus Falconi on April 6, 2012

      For me, it was easy. If I had more money to give, I would give more. Consider my pledge as a BIG thank you, specially to Al Lowe. He influenced my life in some weird but amazing ways. :)

    4. Creator S. van Hengel on April 5, 2012

      I pledged above $100 i hope thats not what going to be written as the value of the package.
      Otherwise its gonna cost me another $40 or so (apart from the $15 for shipping).

    5. Creator Iván Fanego on April 5, 2012

      Good luck! Really excited about playing again Larry ;) I never watched the end of the game: lack of memory in DOS!

    6. Creator Hans Róbert Hlynsson on April 4, 2012

      I used my UK debit card with Amazon Payments without any issues.

    7. Creator Johnny Walker on April 4, 2012

      It's "Tim Schafer", btw!

    8. Creator Chris Skuller on April 4, 2012

      Very excited about this project.

    9. Creator Tomimt on April 4, 2012

      I placed this previously in a wrong comment section :D

      Replay games has anounced in the comments, that Paypal will be an option after Kickstarer is 100% filled. That's a soun practice, as with Paypal you have to shell out the money immediatly, so it would be a hassle to refund people if the goal is not met.

    10. Creator urbanc on April 4, 2012

      I'm shure, that all of LSL fans have credit cards now :)

    11. Creator bEn on April 4, 2012

      From what I understand Paypal doesn't allow pledging money, so there wasn't much they can do. By now there are delayed payments at PP but as I don't know the conditions, even those might not fit the bill.

    12. Creator Erwin Roossien on April 4, 2012

      Agreed, Paypal is a save solution and no need of a creditcard. When there is a possibility to pay with paypal, I always choose to pay that way. Yes a seller pays a small amount of transactions, but try comparing it with a third party and a SSL license.

    13. Creator Bryan Hanks on April 3, 2012

      PayPal are horrid. It is too easy for a seller to get shafted out of their cash with no recourse.

    14. Creator Simplex on April 3, 2012

      I think kickstarter is kicking itself in the foot by not allowing the most (un)popular payment service in the world - i.e. PayPal. I can bet that if it would be possible to pay via PayPal, numer of contributors (and consequently contributions) would increase significantly.

      And yeah, I remember that PayPal tried to "steal" Notch's money.

    15. Creator Bas Bruurs on April 3, 2012 if your dutch!!