12 September 2012 | No Comments
After a tepid response to my announcement that I had added a stretch goal for victory coins–tangible rewards that you get when you win a game of Viticulture (see details here), I started asking backers what they would rather get as the $35k stretch goal. A few people mentioned the idea of having a double-sided game board instead. The flip side of the board would be a “clean” version of the board with little to no words–it’s the side you could use after you’ve played a few times and know what all the actions and cards are.
Just to put it out there, people have asked if I could switch the victory coins to actual metal coins that you can use as currency in the game. However, out of respect and gratitude for those who pledged to have their names on the coins in the game, I can’t include metal coins in their place (it’s prohibitively expensive to put names on each of those coins).
Both options for the $35k stretch goal are significant expenses, so I can only do one at that stretch goal…so I’m going to let you decide. If you’re a Viticulture backer, please vote once below. I’ll tally the votes this Saturday evening.