Please TwitFace Project: Gorgon!

After Eric posted about KickAssist (which I keep reading as kickass-ist, which is presumably some sort of really cool profession), tad commented:

I would also suggest you ask people to tweet info about #projectgorgon and #kickstarter on twitter and write to MMORPG.com to do a profile of you and srand.

Now I feel odd asking for a profile about me – but I love the Twitter idea.

So if you’ve got 15 seconds and a Twitter account, how about posting something quick to help us spread the word? You’ll have our everlasting thanks!

The short URL is http://kck.st/T0AbsK . Good hash tags are #projectgorgon and #kickstarter – especially the latter!

Also if #projectgorgon is too long for you, Eric suggests #pgorggy instead. I have some small reservations about that one, but … well, I’m sure it’s fine.

Incidentally, Project: Gorgon is on Twitter as @GorgonMMO and has a Facebook page as GorgonMMO as well. Join us, won’t you? It makes our pathetic little indie gamer hearts go pitter-patter to see the sign ups.

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8 Responses to Please TwitFace Project: Gorgon!

  1. tad says:

    pgorggy? Noooooooooooo! #projectgorgon !

  2. Ken says:

    Thanks, I’m following you on twitter now too. I only have one follower but I think I’ll let them know since they are into games too.

  3. tad says:

    For the record: if the kickstarter fails I think you should follow Notch (Minecraft) and just sell access to the alpha and beta (plus 3 month gold at release and maybe the Sponsor/Patron Hat) and use that to fund your needed art & animation. Say $50 for alpha access and $25 for beta (once beta starts). Obviously only sell what is available (so if there are only 100 alpha slots – sell those first).

  4. Ken says:

    mmorpg.com still seems like a good place to get attention for a game because they have been around a long time now and they do list games that are under development. The profile there is for the game.

  5. tad says:

    Sure. MMORPG & RPS are both good. I’m just down on kickstarter right now (particularly after I found out Penny Arcade used it to raise 500,000 not to develop a game but to go Ad Free – which strikes me as abusive). I think the pay-for-alpha might be a better business plan – as I think most of the people who have contributed so far to the KS would pay for alpha or beta access. And that allows for the slow spread of info about PG – then either hold another kickstarter next year when PG is more well known or continue to sell beta access. Just my $.02.

  6. tad says:

    Mention of Project Gorgon on Massively podcast.

    http://massively.joystiq.com/2012/10/09/massively-speaking-episode-219-kickstart-this/ starts around 19:30.