Edited by Lemon
Starting any creative endeavor takes a lot of hard work, dilligence, business acumen and some amount of money. It used to be that you were expected to come up with all of that yourself, but with the internet being what it is, people have come to expect that other people should provide at least one of those important factors. To that end, we would like to introduce you to kickstarter.com - a site dedicated to enterpraneurs amassing capital by the time-tested means of asking someone else for it. It's kind of like panhandling, except they like to use the word investment. This week on The F Plus, you won't need to put down your controller to grab a snack.
PIECES READ, IN ORDER
Princess - A 2.5D platformer satire extravaganza!
A Video Games project in Denver, CO by Terra Snover
Gamers Hip Clip (you can still chat when u grab a snack)
A Product Design project in Modesto, CA by Jeremy Fernandez
A Writing & Publishing project in Fort Collins, CO by Matthew Angelo
Uncensored Party Game
A Board & Card Games project in Buffalo, NY by Mike Raisch
- [UNCENSORED] reviews from the Gamerooney Entertainment website
[love]notes - Inspire. Motivate.
A Fashion project in Canoga Park, CA by Christian
My mom is on my fucking nerves. a blog post by Christian
This is a link to Christians Blog. Please do not click that link if you are epileptic.
Chaos Unending: Book of Dark Poetry
A Poetry project in Frankfort, IL by Chris
THIS IS MY RED, WTF AND BLUE POLITICAL TSHIRT
A Fashion project in Chicago, IL by Mark Parslow
- Spinal Tap - Gimme Some Money
- Pet Shop Boys - Opportunity
- Plies - Plenty Money1
- Mojo Nixon - Where The Hell Is My Money?
The Widgets are a comedy music duo that we couldn't really read because the real content is in the video. For their plea for donations, the video starts out with one of the two guys taking a shit, and then when he's done they sing a song about fucking a pie. Just.... No. No, no no.
This is a kickstarter page for a Halo fan film. Before you click, they are asking for quite a bit of money, and they got significantly less than they were hoping for. Please guess at what both those numbers would be, and then click to see how close you were.
So, after hearing about all these unfunded projects, would you like to see what a successful Kickstarter project looks like? Here you go! I have absolutely no idea what The Comedy Button did that the Stupid Wankers didn't, but apparently the secret is that you're supposed to say "brap" a lot.