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August 20, 2013

Telepath Tactics alpha funding

Over the past few months, I’ve received a surprising number of messages from people who want to support Telepath Tactics, but either (a) missed the Kickstarter campaign, or (b) did not have a bank account to allow them to contribute to the Kickstarter campaign while it was running.

For these folks, I have now created a way to help fund the development of Telepath Tactics using BMT Micro (who support a huge variety of payment options, including Paypal).

Kickstarter has automated systems for tracking who pledged what. Because we don’t have that here, I’m keeping things simple by limiting alpha funding to just two of the more popular reward tiers from the Kickstarter campaign: the $25 Immediate Access tier and the $50 Map Editor tier.

  • $25   Immediate Access – Gain access to Telepath Tactics as development continues, plus receive a DRM-free copy of the finished game upon release.
  • $50   Map Editor –  Everything in the $25 tier, plus immediate access to the map editor to create your own battles and campaigns while development continues on the game.

That’s it, folks. Click above to help support development of this game!

  • Christian

    I have paid using the BMT Micro system, but when I check out, I am told to download PDF files (With 0mb) that cannot be opened. Very frustrating.

  • CraigStern

    It sounds like the file did not download correctly. I recommend trying again. If you have more problems with it, email me and we’ll figure out what’s going on: sinisterdesign@gmail.com

  • sidney

    How could I’ve missed the campaign on Kickstarter :( Will there be a possibility to preorder a game with “kickstarter price” (10$)?

  • CraigStern

    Sorry you missed it! There are not currently plans to offer that, as it would be an administrative headache and the finished game is likely to cost something similar anyway.

  • http://www.parafriv.net/ Para Friv

    I’m really excited and enjoy this game every time. Feeling wanted to conquer, to win very interesting.

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