Looks Like It Works

by Darius Kazemi on May 9, 2009

in patronage

Readers of my previous post on Daniel Benmergui’s patronage experiment might be interested to know that someone donated the $1000 to customize their own ending to Daniel Benmergui’s I Wish I Were the Moon or Today I Die.

This is very, very cool.


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axcho May 17, 2009 at 10:31 pm

Wow, so Daniel has made over $1000 so far with this effort. Not bad, though it doesn’t sound entirely sustainable yet.

But maybe I should start thinking about how I could design games that are suitable for custom modifications. You could write a whole blog post on that, I’m sure. Though first I’d have to make some games that are very artistic and popular so people would want a custom version in the first place!

Thanks for writing about this, by the way. I find this monetization stuff very fascinating, and of particular interest to me since I’d ideally like to support myself by making artistic games!

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