There are still a lot of people who are sceptical on whether crowd funded projects are useful at all, and some who hope the idea dies of death.

Well, as some of you know, I love them. They allow us as people to have power. Remember when voting time comes around and everybody says, it’s your chance to change your world and country. Well, votes may help in some respects, often, we don’t get a say in the big picture, just usually who does.

The likes of Kickstarter and its smaller brother, IndieGoGo, allow us, all the people around the world to do something special with our money. Instead of buying a AAA game that was made for the masses, we get to help make a tailored game to work with our personal tastes. We also get to have a say in the technology world, what we want and when we should get it. Help build schools in new ways or save independent movie theatres. It’s our money that helps do this every time we back a campaign.

Kickstarter have done their own slideshow to commemorate the gizmos, games, buildings and projects that we with the help of crowd funding have helped save, create and build.

Thank you everyone for your wonderful support and I hope we can do some even more incredible things in the future.

About The Author

Alexander Bradley

Alex was born a geek to a geek family, so he has a passion for anything sci-fi related. He runs AGR in his spare time. Gaming, reading and writing sci-fi stories means he has very little spare time, though he makes it a point to get back to every comment, if possible.

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