Been working on our KickStarter & IndieGogo campaign for a couple of weeks now as a part of our game development campaign.
Almost everything is already prepared, We are ready & approved in IndieGogo, but in kickstarter we haven't submitted our campaign yet coz we are finalizing our video. Our project is 3rd Person View Online Game, which has a new twist. You may check our FB page, Twitter and site.
I think this section is more for amateur developers helping each other with code,art; game ideas, looking for team members and the like.
This thread is more of a promotion of your kickstarter than anything. You'd probably get more views in the shameless promotion section too, to be honest. Not much traffic comes through here.
Read that in the rules, but didn't specify or didn't emphasize that a game being developed or for a kickstarter campaign can't post here.
"Welcome to OnRPG's Development Section! (Read First)
Welcome to the game development section. One of the deadest corners of OnRPG! But that's okay! A few of us are still here Ostensibly, this forum is everything to do with game development, though in practice, it's more oriented towards programming (given that that's what I do), but advice about pretty much any aspect of the process can be had here.
Whether you're a beginner with no experience making games, or someone who's been around a bit longer, everyone's welcome. There are absolutely no stupid questions! Feel free to ask anything, from a question as basic to "How does I make games!?" to "Do you have any suggestions for a hierarchical space partitioning algorithm for situation X?" to "Does anyone know a good modeling program?". Try and search around first, but no one'll get too mad if you ask a repeat (it's pretty dead in here). Usually, stuff gets answered within the day, but no promises.
For those of you who've been here before, here's what just happened (I know there's one or two of you). Things were getting cluttered, and since the game development forum is relatively inactive, things have been slashed down to one section, which, IMO makes sense. I'm also going to be making some minor changes to the section in general; hopefully making it somewhat more active, by making it more relevant and generally more interesting."
Though this is just an information of a game being developed with the help of kickstarter.