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Toady One

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The Bay 12 Games Report, January 1st, 2011
« on: January 01, 2011, 04:31:24 am »

The Bay 12 Games Report, January 1st, 2011

Mission Status

The coming of a new year marks 10 years of Bay 12 Games excellence.  Not only that, but the ending of a highly sucessful animal sponsorship drive made possible by you, the supporters!  December contributions made records as the second highest of all time.  This year saw some major rewrites with healthcare, tissue simulations and poison.  The dwarf fortresses were made more exciting with the creation of vast underground tunnels.  Finally, there was the total overhaul of Adventurer mode, making it more fun that ever.

Thank you all for your interest and input, and congratulations to those that supported us.

Fun with Numbers

2010 was a fantastic year for Bay 12 Games and Dwarf Fortress.  Thanks everybody for your support!  We should have the results of the animal sponsorship drive soon.

December:  $9416.16
November:  $4030.76
October:   $2937.47
September: $2755.52
August:    $2212.95
July:      $3345.83
June:      $2364.29
May:       $3201.62
April:    $16104.49
March:     $4387.99
February:  $1452.57
January:   $2291.50

2010:     $54501.15
2009:     $32516.44
2008:     $32318.46
2007:     $19052.28

Reward reminder:  If you support us, you can pick either an ASCII Art Reward or a Crayon/Colored Pencil Art Reward.  An ASCII Art Reward is basically a mini-Threetoe story (examples) and a Crayon Art Reward is a crudely drawn scene which we sketch, color in, and mail to you, anywhere in the world (assuming your contribution covers postage, which is about a dollar almost wherever you are).  We take personal requests for either reward as well, he he he.  You can also be listed among the Bay 12 Champions.
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