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Crowdsourcing Mornings: Hand-To-Hand Wombat

Welcome to the Crowdsourcing Mornings segment!  Every weekday morning, Geek Alabama talks about and features one crowdsourcing project from crowdsourcing sites such as Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and others.  The hope with Crowdsourcing Mornings is to feature and help a project be successful and reach its fundraising goal.  Please enjoy today’s featured project!

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Hi there! We’re the creators of Exploding Kittens and we’re happy to announce our new game: Hand-to-Hand Wombat. To play, you’re each given a secret identity as a Good Wombat or a Bad Wombat, then everyone closes their eyes. Good wombats build towers, Bad Wombats try to mess with those towers. After the timer is up, everyone opens their eyes and discusses, argues, and votes on who they think is a Bad Wombat.

Hand-To-Hand Wombat is like thumb wrestling combined with MIND WRESTLING.

Since we created Exploding Kittens seven years ago, we’ve been making games that bring friends and family together around a table, away from their screens. We brought this game to Kickstarter because we believe this is exactly that kind of game. Also, we want to build it together with you, our wonderful followers, who have supported us all these years. This is why we’ve got a whole buttload of upgrades, stretch goals, and crowd-driven hilarity headed your way.

So, if you’re into the idea of building things, breaking things, benevolence, betrayal, and wombats with bad intentions, please help us make this game a reality. We love playing it. We think you will too.

As of February 3rd, this project has raised $387,000 of their $10,000 goal. This project has 28 days left to raise as much as it can. For a pledge of $22, you will get one game.  For a pledge of $40, you will get one deluxe game.  To learn more and to pledge money, go to: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/elanlee/hand-to-hand-wombat?

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