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Welcome back, Richest fans! If you have a hotshot idea and the only aspect you need help with is getting the money, then we can recommend crowdfunding. And one of the best places to run campaigns is on the site Kickstarter. Yet which projects have been the most successful? Strangely, that just happens to be the topic of today’s video. We’ve selected some of the campaigns that have brought in the most amount of cash for their creators. We’ll examine them in detail to see whether they lived up to expectations or not. Some of the campaigns even have a world record or two!
Now for the spoiler paragraph. If you like surprises, we suggest you stop reading and watch the video multiple times. Firstly, we have the success of the cult classic video game Shenmue 3. Next is the Coolest Cooler! When it was released, it went viral due to how many people wanted one. The board game Kingdom Death: Monster 1.5 has two world records! Next is the smartwatch brand that was bought by Fitbit with their product the Pebble Time. It’s one of the biggest multiplayer games in the world that raised hundreds of millions of dollars after its campaign, we have Star Citizen! Looking to create an animated special from their popular web series, Critical Role created the campaign for The Legend of Vox Machina. Yet they got a lot more than they bargained for. Then there’s the creators of Exploding Kittens that also ran two more successful campaigns! Finally, we’ll briefly look at one of the most famous Kickstarter alumni, Cards Against Humanity.
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Written by: Jordy McKen
Narrated by: Peter D
Edited by: Andrew Gut
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00:36 Shenmue III
01:37 Coolest Cooler
02:38 Kingdom Death: Monster 1.5
03:42 Pebble Time
04:49 Star Citizen
06:11 The Legend of Vox Machina Animated Special
07:09 Exploding Kittens”