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what happens if we reach the main goal?

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This is it! We've come down to the final 2 days of Red Goddess's Kickstarter Campaign.

We have some important information to talk about on this final push to the finish line: what happens if we reach the main goal?:

If we get the $50,000, this will be used by hiring the people that was working for free in the demo. However, we will still be paying for this game for the remainder of its development cycle out of our savings, even with the $50,000. Making a game of this type takes a lot more than the amount we're asking for, so know that the $50,000 is our bare minimum.

The amount we are asking for is the bare minimum we need to start to make this game. Up to this point, myself and the few other people working on the project have been doing so either without pay. We have put in countless nights, staying up until the sun rises, neglecting our families, sleep, and our lives. We did this because we wanted to prove to you, our backer, that we aren't just all talk; that we can make this a reality. We didn't feel right asking for money without having proof of our claims.

There's over 610 backers, and we're all passionate about this project! We have over half of our backers subscribed to the $10 and $20 dollar tier... Please could you consider to increase your pledge for some of the pledge addons that we're offering?

Thank you everyone for the incredible amount of support for Red Goddess! In the days and hours of this campaign. Thank you all so much for all your suggestions, words of encouragement, and for letting the world know about Red Goddess. Finding so many people who have the same love for this project has been a huge encouragement.

We still have time left to rock some more.

Thank you all once more.

Yannick Puig

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    1. Adam Reiff on April 6, 2014

      This is usually where projects get crazy, if my Kickstarter experience has taught me anything. I am curious to see how this all plays out. Hope it's for the best, though.

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      Arthur on April 6, 2014

      You're right we still have time left to rock...