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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

From left, Chase and Payton Lamb, Jason Gough, and Lina Pinkham play 
Island Dice at Canalfront Sandwich Shop in this file photo from June. Gough 
is raising funds through Kickstarter to mass produce the game he developed. 
Jason Gough, one of the creators of Island Dice, could literally be clicks away from his game going into mass production.

In June, the Casual Dragon Games team held a crowd sourcing campaign on Kickstarter, looking to raise $29,000. While they fell short at the time, they didn't quit. In fact, while they've scaled down their initial goal, they're back at it again. This time they're looking to raise $21,500.

As of noon, the project had 212 Kickstarter backers, pledging $14,991. They have a little under 24 hours to raise another $6,509. And Gough thinks they can do it.

Most Kickstarter campaigns raise all of their money on the first and last day of fundraising, he said. There are donation levels from $1 to $600, with special rewards given to those who contribute.

For more information, visit the game's Facebook page, and to "kick in" a donation of your own, visit the game's Kickstarter page.

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