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T-shirts and goods produced by rescued women in India. Intentionally designed to speak to the women making the product.
Santa’s Sleigh Ride is a 15-30 minute racing game for 2-6 players, ages 5+. The object of the game is to race other “Santas” throughout the world, stopping at highly populated cities along the way to deliver gifts. The first player to arrive back at the North Pole wins the game. But, watch out! Your journey along the Candy Cane Path will be filled with a few twists and turns.
Our project is simply this–produce more content and help more children share their gifts with a global audience. This material will then be released through several different media: videos, digital downloads, 7 inch vinyl records and 12 inch vinyl records.
Let’s face it, soda isn’t the healthiest drink in the world. Teas and juices are cool but sometimes you just want something different. So about a year ago we decided to open a small brewery in Cincinnati, Ohio called Skinny Piggy and started making kombucha. Kombucha ROCKS!
When a Halloween party in a mansion full of secrets turns deadly, can you survive the night? An online-only isometric action game for up to 12 people, our goal is to put you inside a new type of survival horror game where every character you encounter is another player – and one of them is a killer.
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Kapture – A Successful Cincinnati Campaign
Crowdfunding through Kickstarter was the best way for us to find out whether our product could succeed in the market. The money was one thing, but the feedback we received throughout our campaign from real customers is what really propelled us forward. To surpass our $150K goal in just 30 days, we had to raise a lot of awareness for a product that people couldn’t experience. Thanks to the rallying support from Cincinnati’s burgeoning startup ecosystem, we were able to cross the finish line. Having the added support of QCC would have definitely made our efforts even more fruitful and much less from-scratch. After all, it’s the local audience that you can really count on.Matthew Dooley