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Really awesome work and the tutorial is fantastic. Thanks for sharing.
Absolutely no information about the 4.2 release - was it ever released in September. There is about as much information on trueSKY as there is in any of the so called products that use it. For me this lack of transparency is killing there business and points to fundamental issues with the technology. Google trueSKY in YouTube and you'll hardly get any information at all. For such a ground breaking technology this is very suspicious. Do they not have a marketing team - do they even care? Sounds like a very small company which wishes to remain small and doesn't understand what they can become because with the technology they have they should be targeting a bigger profile, revenue streams and audiance than they have and the lack of foresight here with the Simul management is quite frankly very disapointing. Another 10 years could easily disapear for these guys and they will simply remain a small fish. Very sad.
A crowdfunding campaign for a card game Exploding Kittens gathered almost 2 million dollars in a day. Fully funded in 20 minutes. This is what crowdfunding is all about.
The game Exploding Kittens asked for $10,000 yesterday. The goal was funded in 20 minutes and later this project became an instant viral hit. The game got over $1.9 million from 48,625 people. And it’s only its second day on the platform. The campaign is going to be active till February 19.
Exploding Kittens was designed by Matthew Inman (The Oatmeal), Elan Lee and Shane Small (former Xbox developers). It’s a relatively simple card game where players draw cards until one unfortunate person picks up an exploding kitten and loses.
The deck is made up of cards that let you avoid exploding by peeking at cards before you draw, forcing your opponent to draw multiple cards, or shuffling the deck. The game gets more and more intense with each card you draw because fewer cards left in the deck means a greater chance of drawing the kitten and exploding in a fiery ball of feline hyperbole.
For $20 you can get a standard 56-card set, instructions and a box. For $35 you can get a special version of the game with extra cards that are incredibly violent and fun (definitely not for kids). So far the majority of backers chose the 35-dollar version.
Experts are surprised by the Exploding Kittens’ success. Developers thought that Kickstarter no longer provides the necessary financial support for games. However this simple and fun project proved them (including ourselves) wrong.