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Games by Josh Raab

Archive for the month “February, 2014”

Kickstarter Complete!

The Kickstarter campaign for Nika is over. The final reckoning:

532 backers
$14,401 raised

Amazing! To everyone who backed the campaign, thank you so much. To everyone else, you’ll still have plenty of opportunities to purchase the game. We’re hoping to release the app version this summer as well, so keep an eye out for that too!

Josh

Nika Kickstarter: 2 Days Left!

The Kickstarter campaign for Nika has been going great.  We’ve surpassed 500 backers and raised well over $13k. There’s only 43 hours left in the campaign at the time of writing, so grab a copy while you can!

Help spread the word and we can make the $15k stretch goal. If things really go crazy on the last day like they did on the first, who knows – maybe we can get all the way to $20k!

Also, Emma Larkins did a great video interview about the game – check it out!

Nika Hits First Two Stretch Goals! (Also, play it at IndieCade East)

The Kickstarter campaign for Nika is going great! We hit our first and second stretch goals with ease, and now we’re eyeing the third, a very cool and very useful wooden turn marker. Check it out:

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If you’ve backed already, thank you so much! You are wonderful. If not, I guess we can still be friends.

Either way, if you want to help us reach those last couple stretch goals, please help spread the word! You know, on Facebook and Twitter and… Pinterest… LinkedIn? I dunno. Just talk to people on the internet, is what I’m saying. Or in person. Tell your friends, tell your acquaintances, tell the people.

If you’re in the NYC area, you can also come check out Nika and Crystal Brawl this very weekend at IndieCade East! It’s being held at the Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens from Friday to Sunday! Along with the rest of Studio Mercato, I’ll be helping show Crystal Brawl on Saturday from 4-6 PM, and Nika on Sunday from 4-6 PM. IndieCade is also a legendary indie games institution (which is possible, apparently) and we’re super lucky that there’s an East version of it as of last year. It’s going to be cool. Hope to see you there!

Josh

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