With a day to go, Double Fine offer new reward ties including “Backer” shirts
Double Fine’s record-breaking Kickstarter project introduces new reward tiers for backers, including old-school boxes
After raising over $1 milion in 24 hours, the “Double Fine Adventure” Kickstarter project introduces new reward tiers for backers as the project officially closes tomorrow (March 13). The new reward tiers for backers are:
- The Collectors Edition will come in a large, cardboard, ‘old school’ box reminiscent of older games (think of it as a half-size cereal box)
- Tim Schafer will be signing all of the Double Fine Adventure books
- Those donating $100 will also receive a t-shirt, with the Double Fine Adventure logo on the front and the word “Backer” on the back
The Double Fine Adventure game is a going to be a point-and-click adventure title. Originally the budget was only going to be $400,00 dollars, and the aim was to create a 30-minute game. After setting a record for raising $1 million dollars, the project now approaches $3 million with one day left.
Plenty of rewards
There are a wide range of reward tiers for backers, from $15 to $150,000. Donating $15 will get you a DRM-free copy of the game on either PC, Mac or Linux via Steam which will include exclusive access to the beta. This will also include a video series, and a private area for community discussion.
Pledging $100 or more will also get the aforementioned special edition box, along with a DVD or Blu-Ray of the documentary and a Double Fine Adventure poster.
Pledging $500 will get you a hardcover of the Double Fine Adventure Book (which includes concept art, developer bios and more) signed by Tim Schafer.
$10,000 nets you lunch with Tim Schafer and Ron Gilbert, along with all of the other reward tiers.
Delve into the premium rewards, and you can get the following: for lunch with Tim Schafer and “key members of the dev team,” pledge $15,000. $20,000 gets you dinner and bowling; $50,000 allows you to be a character in the game, while an amazing $150,000 nets you one of Tim Schafer’s Day of the Tentacle triangle-shaped boxes (which are quite rare) shrink rapped. There are only four of those.