Brad J. Murray

is creating Games
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Aukumi laborer
$1
per month
You're officially a patron and will get access to all hidden material -- usually that's a thousand words or so on some game related topic complete with artwork, all released CC-BY but you get 30 days early access! You also get 7-day advance on Fiction and commendable google doc access to alpha material AND you get one very thankful virtual hug and a thank you in VSCA products should you be a patron when they release. Oh and hi res arts!
Aaru engineer
$5
per month
You'll get playtest material as soon as it's available in typeset, PDF format with art and if you play, we want to hear your opinions. We'll answer questions, consider advice, and generally interact as completely as we do with each other. And a thank you in every book. Also all the other stuff from the $1 tier.
Shamayan barfly
$10
per month

The Shamayan barfly gets a physical copy of the Anomaly Digest as often as it comes it. The 'Digest is 32 pages of material, sometimes previously published in another venue, that could relate to pretty much any game anywhere any time. Since that isn't all that reliable, you'll also get access to final PDFs of games as they come out.

65

patrons

$175

per month

About Brad J. Murray

The VSCA has been around since 2008, publishing games such as Diaspora and Hollowpoint, Elysium Flare and most recently The King Machine! That last is part of our hip deep effort to  resurrect a really old project -- the psychedelic multi-worlds of the Soft Horizon. In order to put in the level of work necessary to produce first class product, we need an influx of cash. This lets me take time off work, buy high-grade Colombian art, and pay writers. Please engage here or anywhere -- your input is invaluable!

Check out our products at itch or RPG Now!

Converse in real time at the VSCA discord server too!
Goals
$175 of $500 per month
At this level I begin to be able to take time off work to concentrate on game design and art. This is a goal close to my heart -- I'd love to be doing this full time but my work security is essential to keeping my partner safe and happy. Replacing that work gradually with something I really love would be a major life change for me.
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