2 Million in the Bag – Camelot Unchained Makes Its Goal

Mark Jacobs is a happy man right now, as the Camelot Unchained Kickstarter campaign managed to climb the mountain, covering nearly $400K of funding in the last two days despite a multi-hour Amazon payments outage and some issues with over-zealous supporters.

The count at ~20:09 UTC

The count at ~20:09 UTC

I hope you didn’t pledge a lot of money hoping nobody would call your bluff.  The time to pony up is nigh!

Anyway, with 19 hours left to go, we shall see how much more money they can collect.

And then, of course, they have to actually make all that stuff they have been telling us about for the last 29 days.

Cry “Funded!” and let slip the dogs of unrealistic expectations!

Addendum: Oh, yeah, stretch goals.  I bet they have had this graphic ready for a while.

What do we get for going over?

What do we get for going over?

I am not sure what they really mean to me… what else is new…  but there they are.

4 thoughts on “2 Million in the Bag – Camelot Unchained Makes Its Goal

  1. couillon

    Mark and commany can now collapse for a week! grats on them, i was worried there but I’m suprised they came thru…did you see the comments on the site, my god, ~100k in 30 days…that’s passion if nothing else.


  2. DocHoliday

    yeah, the comments and activity has been pretty rediculous. I was quite happy when I refreshed the page after coming home from work today!


  3. Anonymous

    is his funded speech recorded/posted anywhere? i missed it @ work but i hear its amazing, and touching, considering how passionate us backers are its so awesome to hear CSE is aswell


  4. Aufero

    I’m glad there was a big enough market for this to get funded. It’s not my niche and I probably won’t play, but I’m still happy to see it being made.


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