Puny Human is creating video game ideas and prototypes
10

patrons

$72
per month

We're a group that are always tinkering, playing, and pushing ourselves to be more. It's important that we support our games, and their respective community, but how do we push forward?

Our games are purposely priced low, because we're not interested in making anything that costs more than $30 right now. Revenue from these games go right back into their development, but we need your support to prototype new games, and be as transparent about our development as possible.


This Patreon should be considered our Research and Development department. We tend to try a lot of new things, in order to hammer out the right idea, and we'd like to talk openly about our challenges. 

In exchange for various rewards in our Discord, on our forums and in our games, our goals are to:
  • Report weekly on progress with our existing games.
  • Prototype and debate new game ideas.
  • Share and discuss said ideas with the community.
  • Write informative posts on lessons learned, things to avoid, and new knowledge.
  • Host and run tournaments and contests for our communities.
  • Have fun!


Long ago, we used to have a Supporter Program for those who wanted to donate while we worked on Dystopia. As we merged with the team behind Blade Symphony (then called Berimbau,) we turned it into a Club for those who wanted extra rewards in-game or to try our new games or new game ideas. We liked the idea behind that, because it could pay for our time spent working on new game ideas, creating the infrastructure to distribute to our community, receiving and acting on feedback.

With Patreon, we can do the same thing. Your support will go into new game ideas, new versions of our existing games, and ensuring that we live stream and communicate our progress. In addition, Patreon allows us the ability to link into an API, so that we can provide cool rewards for our fans.

Thank you so much for your help! We'd prefer to crowdfund our prototypes this way, because it means we can be open with our work and are held accountable to our fans.
Goals
$72 of $140 per month
Pays for our monthly cloud infrastructure costs, so that we can run a few websites, build machines and internal applications!
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We're a group that are always tinkering, playing, and pushing ourselves to be more. It's important that we support our games, and their respective community, but how do we push forward?

Our games are purposely priced low, because we're not interested in making anything that costs more than $30 right now. Revenue from these games go right back into their development, but we need your support to prototype new games, and be as transparent about our development as possible.


This Patreon should be considered our Research and Development department. We tend to try a lot of new things, in order to hammer out the right idea, and we'd like to talk openly about our challenges. 

In exchange for various rewards in our Discord, on our forums and in our games, our goals are to:
  • Report weekly on progress with our existing games.
  • Prototype and debate new game ideas.
  • Share and discuss said ideas with the community.
  • Write informative posts on lessons learned, things to avoid, and new knowledge.
  • Host and run tournaments and contests for our communities.
  • Have fun!


Long ago, we used to have a Supporter Program for those who wanted to donate while we worked on Dystopia. As we merged with the team behind Blade Symphony (then called Berimbau,) we turned it into a Club for those who wanted extra rewards in-game or to try our new games or new game ideas. We liked the idea behind that, because it could pay for our time spent working on new game ideas, creating the infrastructure to distribute to our community, receiving and acting on feedback.

With Patreon, we can do the same thing. Your support will go into new game ideas, new versions of our existing games, and ensuring that we live stream and communicate our progress. In addition, Patreon allows us the ability to link into an API, so that we can provide cool rewards for our fans.

Thank you so much for your help! We'd prefer to crowdfund our prototypes this way, because it means we can be open with our work and are held accountable to our fans.

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