Kickstarter Launches In Australia This November

Kickstarter was planning an Australian launch — we were already aware of this — but now we have a concrete date. November 13: this is the day upon which you can create your Kickstarter for some sort of franchise reboot/crazy watch that allows you to travel through time/motion controlled bacon frying device/whatever is fashionable on the internet at that precise second.

In addition, Kickstarter is running Kickstarter 'schools' in many of our major cities: Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney are all playing host to these little info sessions in late October. You can find out more about them here.

So get to it. I have money to give you. I could be using the money to feed my child but instead I feel like donating to some sort of strange vanity project that will probably never get finished. EARN MY $20 SO I CAN COMPLAIN TO YOU CONSTANTLY!


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    Haven't people been running Aussie/etc Kickstarters for some time? I found three in my region the other week.

      Couldn't accept payments in Australian currency or to an Aust bank account.

      Now you can

    I'm going to Kickstart my own Lets Play channel.

    2/3 of my videos are just going to be bitching about playing on US hosts.

    Last edited 15/10/13 1:09 pm

    Tell em they're dreamin'

    ...some sort of franchise reboot/crazy watch that allows you to travel through time/motion controlled bacon frying device/whatever is fashionable on the internet at that precise second For some reason, that reminds me of this C&H comic.

    I'm excited for this. It might give me the motivation I need to actually finish one of the numerous projects I've started.

    Last edited 15/10/13 1:18 pm

    Now... now we get to truly see how Australians compete on a global scamming scale. We're the biggest nation of media pirates... can we be the nation of the worst scammers? STAY TUNED.

    Please help fund my AWESOME NEW GAME! It's a retro platformer filled with modern humour and......wait, come back!

    Finally! Hopefully this will spur more local interest and I wont have to pay in USD when I back an idea, and also not have to wait longer/pay extra to receive my benefit if it successfully launches.

    I'm going to Kickstart Labor's NBN FTTH plan.

      Why not kick start your own? While it was a good idea, Labor let the side down by forming NBN Co and staffing it with people who had their intentions elsewhere.

      Last edited 16/10/13 8:14 am

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