Before I forget, I promised that I would post a Press Roundup as part of my last update. The team would like to thank all of the blogs, journalists and forum communities out there who kindly mentioned TinyKeep during the funding period. Our Kickstarter success was partly due to you guys, so here's a shoutout to all your respective websites.
http://fundthisgame.com/talking-about-tinykeep-with-creator-phi-dinh/ (These guys interviewed us on Day 1!)
http://30lives.net/developer-interview-tiny-keep/ (The largest Indie gaming news website in the Philippines!)
http://thisismyjoystick.com/feature/timj-podcast-episode-9-gone-bon-xone/ (Audio podcast, check it out for a little insight into Phi's background and the ideas that lead to TinyKeep)
http://youtu.be/2Yvn2groB9w (AngelikMayhem talks about TinyKeep)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0W4hW2Qrz04 (From the beginning, Ian Kragh from Lobster's List has given us valuable advice on running this Kickstarter)
Front Page News
http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/gamesblog/2013/may/28/game-links-press-start (A leading tabloid newspaper in the UK)
http://www.tigsource.com/2013/05/26/kickstart-this-tinykeep/ (In my opinion, the best Indie game development community on the net, please take a look at their forums and devlogs - they are an inspiration to every Indie game developer)
http://games.on.net/2013/05/procedurally-generated-dungeon-crawler-tinykeep-nears-funding-on-kickstarter/ (Australia's leading PC gaming news website)
http://www.flare3d.com/blog/2013/05/15/tinykeep-made-with-flare3d-at-kickstarter/ (Feature article from the guys that provided us the 3D engine used in TinyKeep!)
http://www.chronosoft.com/?p=92 (ChronoSoft kindly mentioned us on his blog, check out his games especially Rogue Touch on iOS!)
Game Dev Community
From the beginning I posted various technical articles about the game AI and procedural generation on Reddit (http://www.reddit.com/user/phidinh6/submitted/) and GameDev (http://www.gamedev.net/user/172522-phi6/?tab=topics). We received a very warm reception there and a significant number of backers! We are very glad that our articles helped inspire the game development community, and firmly believe that part of the Indie game movement is not only about making great games, but also contributing some knowledge back.
Something Awful Forums
We posted to various game related forums as part of our push to spread the word, but we would like to especially thank the community at SomethingAwful for discussing and supporting TinyKeep without a single word of intervention from us. Although we did not post anything on there - we definitely read all of the mentions and praises, and our stats show a huge amount of pledges coming from this site. Thank you SomethingAwful!
Other Kickstarter Projects
Big shout outs to all of these Kickstarter projects who mentioned TinyKeep on their updates. These amazing games also got funded - it's going to be one hell of a year!
Thank you to those hundreds of people who mentioned TinyKeep on Twitter (and still mentioning by the looks of it!)
Thanks to RPG Game Fans on Facebook who featured our campaign for 2 weeks running.