Next Steps for Rocket Jump

Friday, 27 July 2018

Greetings, Rocket Jump supporters,

I apologize for the lack of updates over the past couple of months. I mentioned in the previous update that Unbound and I were mapping out the next steps for our campaign. We're finally on the verge of entering that next phase, and I'm happy to deliver good news to you today.

I've been working with Beth Lewis, my editor for Rocket Jump. She and I have decided to move the campaign to Indiegogo, where the book should receive more than enough additional exposure to carry it the rest of the way across the finish line. Beth grew up as a fan of PC gaming and id's games, and is as passionate about Rocket Jump and its success as I am.

If you have already backed one of Rocket Jump's pledge levels, the main takeaway for you is that you do not have to pledge again. The book's move to Indiegogo will be an extension of the campaign that began on Unbound. All current pledges and rewards will carry over. If you want to change your pledge level once the Indiegogo campaign goes live, you can certainly do that, but it's not a requirement.

While we don't have a firm launch date in mind for Rocket Jump's debut on Indiegogo, I can tell you that the campaign will go live sooner rather than later. In order to increase Rocket Jump's odds of success, Beth and I have agreed on some changes to the campaign's funding goal, and the book's formatting. Rest assured that these changes only pertain to formatting, not the book's content.

II'll be back with an exclusive update for backers next week, as a sort of thank-you in return for your patience during this long process. Rest assured that Rocket Jump will have been worth the wait. In the meantime, please feel free to leave any questions you have for me here, or reach out to me on Twitter @davidlcraddock.



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