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May 28, 2014, 10:11:28 AM
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May 28, 2014, 11:13:53 AM
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Hi,

I like the idea. Very much in fact. Been waiting for similar things for quite a while now. I would definetly play if it is done well.

And here comes the cost factor. I am not a professional gamedev nor a webdesigner, still I'd guess for the game itself you should plan at least a month of work (most of it going into artwork as coding 8 ball pool isn't actually all that hard once you have the art), maybe more so we talk about maybe 1 to 2 BTC at least to get the game well made and not just a quick and dirty mock up. In addition you need someone to make the website for you and I'd guess that's another 1 to 2 BTC at least. Maybe you can get it all from one guy at a discount.

If I were to plan this I'd plan with something between 5 and 10 BTC for getting the game and website including the backend done.

Sadly I have no money to seriously invest in such things if I had I'd contribute to the funding.

But consider me a future customer of your service.

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May 29, 2014, 03:14:16 AM
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Hi,

I like the idea. Very much in fact. Been waiting for similar things for quite a while now. I would definetly play if it is done well.

And here comes the cost factor. I am not a professional gamedev nor a webdesigner, still I'd guess for the game itself you should plan at least a month of work (most of it going into artwork as coding 8 ball pool isn't actually all that hard once you have the art), maybe more so we talk about maybe 1 to 2 BTC at least to get the game well made and not just a quick and dirty mock up. In addition you need someone to make the website for you and I'd guess that's another 1 to 2 BTC at least. Maybe you can get it all from one guy at a discount.

If I were to plan this I'd plan with something between 5 and 10 BTC for getting the game and website including the backend done.

Sadly I have no money to seriously invest in such things if I had I'd contribute to the funding.

But consider me a future customer of your service.
Ok Thanks for your response.

Forward my crowdfunding request to all
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May 29, 2014, 03:22:20 AM
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i Think 7 BTC will be enough
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May 29, 2014, 03:29:02 AM
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I'm interested in following along as well. My questions are:

1) Do you already have a business plan?
2) Do you have a developer (or firm) already chosen?
3) How is the site going to earn money? You said if each person bets 0.001 BTC, the winner gets 0.002. Where does the site get money?
4) Why crowd-fund instead of trying to turn it into a business?


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




















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May 29, 2014, 04:03:25 AM
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I'm interested in following along as well. My questions are:

1) Do you already have a business plan?
2) Do you have a developer (or firm) already chosen?
3) How is the site going to earn money? You said if each person bets 0.001 BTC, the winner gets 0.002. Where does the site get money?
4) Why crowd-fund instead of trying to turn it into a business?

1)Yes, i hav a bussiness plan
2)Not now,first i need funding then i will hire a developer
3)Player 1 bets with 0.001 and player 2 bets with 0.001 total=0.002BTC.if player 1 will win the match then he will get 0.002BTC  and player 2 will have nothing.There will be option to play with computer by betting.If player bets 0.01 BTC for the match and player will win the match then he will get 0.02btc and if he loss then it have nothing and this is earning for site too.Also there will be little fees for playing matches.Tournaments also be included
4)I don't have much money to turn it to businesa
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May 29, 2014, 04:18:58 AM
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I'm interested in following along as well. My questions are:

1) Do you already have a business plan?
2) Do you have a developer (or firm) already chosen?
3) How is the site going to earn money? You said if each person bets 0.001 BTC, the winner gets 0.002. Where does the site get money?
4) Why crowd-fund instead of trying to turn it into a business?

1)Yes, i hav a bussiness plan
2)Not now,first i need funding then i will hire a developer
3)Player 1 bets with 0.001 and player 2 bets with 0.001 total=0.002BTC.if player 1 will win the match then he will get 0.002BTC  and player 2 will have nothing.There will be option to play with computer by betting.If player bets 0.01 BTC for the match and player will win the match then he will get 0.02btc and if he loss then it have nothing and this is earning for site too.Also there will be little fees for playing matches.Tournaments also be included
4)I don't have much money to turn it to businesa

Is the image in the first post something you created, or is that just an example of another game?


 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 




















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May 29, 2014, 06:59:16 AM
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I'm interested in following along as well. My questions are:

1) Do you already have a business plan?
2) Do you have a developer (or firm) already chosen?
3) How is the site going to earn money? You said if each person bets 0.001 BTC, the winner gets 0.002. Where does the site get money?
4) Why crowd-fund instead of trying to turn it into a business?

1)Yes, i hav a bussiness plan
2)Not now,first i need funding then i will hire a developer
3)Player 1 bets with 0.001 and player 2 bets with 0.001 total=0.002BTC.if player 1 will win the match then he will get 0.002BTC  and player 2 will have nothing.There will be option to play with computer by betting.If player bets 0.01 BTC for the match and player will win the match then he will get 0.02btc and if he loss then it have nothing and this is earning for site too.Also there will be little fees for playing matches.Tournaments also be included
4)I don't have much money to turn it to businesa

Is the image in the first post something you created, or is that just an example of another game?

it is just example of 8 ball pool game
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May 29, 2014, 07:03:15 AM
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Tell me which crowdfunding website is best?
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May 29, 2014, 09:42:12 AM
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it could be possible and you can add some extra game
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May 30, 2014, 02:32:16 PM
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Yeah bro its possible but first i need funding to grow business
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