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Encourage Creativity: Addicube


One of elements I’ve identified for living my life on purpose is encouraged and supported creativity. Even though it is part of my life purpose, it doesn’t mean it is just for me. Part of the point of a life purpose is that it applies to everyone around me, too. I’m not only focused on making sure my own life has encouraged and supported creativity, but I want to make sure that the people around me are encouraged and supported as well.

So when I learned that Corvus Elrod, former writer of Man Byte’s Blog and current writer of Semionaut’s Notebook, was partnering up with Charles Berube of The Wasabi Project to create a game called Addicube, I thought, “That sounds great!”

But then I learned that the project won’t get started until it is fully funded. See, the project is currently waiting for enough funding through, which is a funding platform which allows projects to ask for donations from fans and friends. If enough people donate, the project happens, but if there isn’t enough funding, then no one pays any money. Well, back in January, having newly created my life purpose statement, believing in Corvus Elrod, and knowing that I wanted to encourage and support creativity, I pledged my support at the Benefactor level. Sometimes “That sounds great!” is good encouragement, but money helps, too. B-)

As of this writing, Addicube on Kickstarter has 51 backers and 89% of the $3,500 it needs to be completely funded, but there’s a deadline. If Addicube gets enough funding by April 25th, then Elrod and Berube will get started.

Frankly, I want Addicube to happen, and I’d like to ask you to help. The deadline is looming, and they’re so close to having the Kickstarter project fully funded.

Please go to Addicube on Kickstarter, learn more about the game, and pledge $5, $10, $25, or more. If you really want to make an impact, pledge to be one of us Benefactors at $250+. Let’s encourage creativity and get this game made!

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