This is Crowdsourcing Mornings! This post takes place every weekday morning and highlights one crowdsourcing project I liked from Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or other crowdsourcing websites.
Dogtag is the casual party game set in a world where dogs seek online fame by posting to their social media app Dogtag. You play picture and comment cards in the right combinations on a mission to achieve status as the hottest dog in the game. A splash of pop culture here, and a bucketload of dog puns there, and this is what we get: a fun satire packaged into a heckin’ cute card game. Dogtag came from attending school in Los Angeles , where every scene is a photo op.
Anywhere you go you’ll see people posing in front of walls, taking pictures of food, and sneaking selfies with dogs. Showing off the highlights of our lives is a trend we all can relate to, and they thought it would be funny to poke fun at these themes. Months of game design and testing led us to an easy-to-play yet dynamic experience. The fun visuals are key to Dogtag’s themes, so they placed their characters in fun places to show off the highlights of their lives. Using lots of bright colors, they designed each dog to have a unique in-your-face personality and style. Many long sessions of detailing original illustrations ensured the game’s characters are brought to life.
As of January 6th, this project has raised $5,200 of their $7,000 goal. This project has 7 days left to raise the $7,000 or it will not be funded! For a pledge of $20, you will get the original Dogtag card deck. For a pledge of $45, you will get the original Dogtag deck, Kickstarter deck, stickers, and buttons. To learn more and to pledge money, go to: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1148210567/dogtag
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