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For Pumpkin Online, tackling a huge project like an MMORPG based on our research, with the current team we have working part time is a much higher amount than what we posted on Kickstarter.However, we’re a huge fan of the Indie community and we want to ease as much of a burden financially as possible off of their shoulders.[Monique]: Well the main reason is I’m an African American female and I’m not represented very much in games.In character creation for games, even if you have the option to play as someone with a dark skin tone, no one else in the game world has that skin tone.[Monique]: Personally, I had just graduated with a Game Design degree and after applying for jobs for a year I had no luck because companies rarely hire without prior game experience.So while working a minimum wage job I realized the only way for me to get into the game industry was to actually make a game myself.I know that if we are able to get our voices heard, that we will succeed in every goal that we set forth.[Monique]: Honestly for the company name I really wanted it to be named after some kind of food.
On Kickstarter it is being promoted as “An MMORPG for players who love games like Harvest Moon and Animal Crossing! As a sim game that includes dating, you can form lasting friendships and relationships with any NPC through interactive rewards and questlines!
The racial identity of your character is not pigeonholed because you can select a wide range of skin tones.
And finally, the body shape and size has many more options than is typically found in these games.
The faith in other Indie projects suffers as a result and Indie projects desperately need the support of the public.
It’s the difference between having the money to spend on the best talent you can possibly have versus people driven solely on their passion and desire to make a game on a constrained budget.