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$121,318
pledged of $435,000pledged of $435,000 goal
1,713
backers
0seconds to go
Funding Unsuccessful
The project's funding goal was not reached on Mon, December 9 2013 4:57 AM UTC +00:00

Army of 3

Posted by Rob Landeros (Creator)
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We are humbled by your support and by your great comments. And we know you want to help make this a successful campaign and the game a reality. So to make it a little easier, we’ve put together this list of things you can do.

  • Share, share and share again. Enthusiasm is infectious. Share yours to motivate your network to act.
  • Turn “likes” into “shares.” We’ve had a number of occasions where our updates or social network posts have garnered hundreds of “likes,” but just a handful of “shares.”
  • Email your family and friends. That’s one reason why we have a $1.00 pledge level. For just a buck, they can support your dream game and maybe even get involved in the campaign. How awesome is that?
  • Follow us on Twitter and like our Facebook page (and then SHARE it).
  • Nothing says commitment like increasing your pledge. But you don't have to jump to the next level. You can increase your pledge to whatever amount you wish. And once you do, you can encourage your connections to do the same. Lead by example. Because: The 7th Guest 3: The Collector.
  • Take your enthusiasm to all the forums and game sites you frequent. Post sincerely, and often. Share our news with your gaming brotherhood or sisterhood.
  • Go to this landing page, and with 3 quick clicks of the mouse, help ensure that the game we have all been waiting for gets made.

And now... the conclusion of Henry in the Night

Thank you for watching. Thank you for sharing. Thank you for your support. 

Robert McNamara, Jason Faris, and 4 more people like this update.

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      Kimberly Trigg on

      If you've not considered it already, you should think about advertising through Tumblr as well. :) The site has a pretty huge following and lots of other businesses and such have taken to creating blogs there as well. I myself have been linking the followers on my blogs there to the Kickstarter page.