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A new issue of The Funding Crowd is available, and we have a bunch of new and exciting hidden gems to cover.
Take a look at the latest issue of The Funding Crowd for a new batch of crowdfunding campaigns for Linux.
Welcome to issue 51 of The Funding Crowd, where we have as many as three biggies and a bunch of exciting hidden gems to cover.
The Funding Crowd has once again returned to keep you up to date on the latest news in crowdfunding for Linux.
Another three weeks have passed, and The Funding Crowd is back with a new batch of interesting crowdfunding campaigns.
Summer has arrived in the Northern Hemisphere and it's been quite noticeable so far, both in the raise of temperatures and the decline of crowdfunding projects.
Another year has gone by for The Funding Crowd, so it's time to look back at these last 12 months and see what have they brought us and what's the promise for the next year.
It's been already three weeks since our last article, so it's time for a new issue of The Funding Crowd, the 47th!
Welcome to the Palladium issue of The Funding Crowd! Yep, 46 appears to be a reasonably interesting number: it's a semiprime, i.e. a natural number which is a product of two primes (2x23), it's the designation of Messier object in the Puppis Constellation, it's the number of human chromosomes and finally, it has nothing to do with Douglas Adams.
Tune in for another issue of The Funding Crowd, where we once again take a look at what's shaking in the Linux crowdfunding space.
Welcome to a web page as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. This is the middle ground between light and shadow, between science and superstition, and it lies between the pit of man's fears and the summit of his knowledge. This is the dimension of imagination. It is an area which we call... The Funding Crowd #44.
After its galactic 42nd issue, The Funding Crowd is back with a shorter, but by all means not less interesting instalment.
Finally we come to issue #42, which seems an appropriate occasion to come clean and confess that we are not really The Funding Crowd, but merely A Funding Crowd. Didn't you hear that we come in six-packs?
The Funding Crowd is back! After reviewing some of our favorite projects from last year, let's take a look at what 2015 has to offer so far.
The TFC team has devoted this post-holiday quiet period to looking back at some notable projects that were funded in 2014.
Welcome to The 40th Funding Crowd! Yep, if it were a person, it would probably be struggling with its mid-life crisis. But since it isn't, it comes stronger than ever with an issue full of content.
Welcome to TFC#39! Back to a fortnightly schedule and that timing turned out to be super important! Why? Read this new issue if you want to find out.
Welcome to a much delayed and slightly shortened The Funding Crowd #38! We are back after a two-month hiatus with renewed energies and, what's most important, with a bigger team.
The Funding Crowd Needs You! New volunteers are required to keep this column going as the current team just can't.
Welcome to a new issue of The Funding Crowd! It looks like the summer lull is definitely over, as tons of interesting and good-looking projects are knocking at our doors in search of our pledges.
Welcome to The Funding Crowd, issue #36! Summer is still going on in the boreal hemisphere, but make no mistake: boreal has nothing to do with boring, so here we come to bring you the games which are most worthy of your hard-earned money!
Welcome to The Funding Crowd #35! We have some wonderful projects to cover this issue, so read on to discover what they are about!
The Funding Crowd welcomes you to a shorter, sharper and much anticipated TFC#34! It's shorter, because less stuff happened over the quieter June period. It's sharper, because we're not pulling any punches with this edition - we're calling it as we see it. And we're assuming it's much anticipated because the last edition was a whopping 29 days ago. At least! Nearly a month!
Greetings, fans of The Funding Crowd! We are back after our anniversary celebrations, with the usual load of crowdfunding news enough to quench your pledging desires.
And here comes the last treat he had prepared for you to celebrate the first anniversary of The Funding Crowd. A full year worth of successes and stats that we have been regularly dosing in our columns, now in one whole go!
As we announced earlier today The Funding Crowd is back again, this time with our usual format. But don't think you're gonna get rid of us so easily... There still might be some surprises to come.
The Funding Crowd is celebrating its first birthday! As a present we are bringing you something new: an interview with Daniel Swiger, who at the moment is crowdfunding his project Chronicles of the Rift.
The Funding crowd is here again, full of recommendations about new exciting crowdfunded games and a review of what happened to the projects we covered in our latest issue.
Here we are again! Your favourite fortnightly-ish crowdfunding-related column is back with our recommendations about where to put your hard-earned money in order to help make games.
Another fortnight has gone by, and The Funding Crowd is back to put you up to speed with the latest movements in the crowdfunding scene.
The Funding Crowd is back with its 28th instalment, and less than a fortnight after the previous issue! So gather 'round crowdfunders from across the globe to read about the latest Linux gaming projects worth forking your cash on.
The Funding Crowd is finally back! Somewhat later than we intended, but making it is what matters the most rather than making it fast, as they say.
The Funding Crowd is back in 2014 with the best and the finest crowdfunding campaigns on which you can spend whatever you've got left after the holidays.
Happy Holidays! We bring you The Funding Crowd #25 where we look over crowd-funded games, a week late this time. Sorry :-(
Here comes the latest issue of The Funding Crowd, bringing the best looking campaigns aiming to fund Linux games.
Welcome to The Funding Crowd, supplementary edition #23.1! We were running a little late on issue #23 (particularly with respect to ending deadlines of a couple Hidden Gems) but there were a few more projects that we really wanted to cover.
The Funding Crowd is back, slightly overdue but nonetheless full of the brightest and the best among the Linux games crowdfunding campaigns.
The Funding Crowd is back two weeks after our previous edition. Yeah, we've been pretty busy searching among the new campaigns and selecting the best ones to be spotlighted on our column just for you.
Just after truly entering the 21st century by becoming crowd sourced, The Funding Crowd is now back with its 21st issue with everything that happened and is happening in the Linux gaming crowdfunding scene.
The Funding Crowd reaches its 20th instalment with this very same article, the first ever to be crowd sourced.
The Funding Crowd goes on, at the rhythm our tightly scheduled lifes allows. But soon things are going to change...
It's been a while but The Funding Crowd is finally back! Here come all you need to know about the crowdfunding of Linux games.
The Funding Crowd is here! Here you'll find enough Linux games crowdfunding facts to be the center of attention at your next social gathering, guaranteed.
The Funding Crowd is struggling to return to its original spot on Mondays. One step at a time, it comes today firmly determined to update you on the Linux games crowdfunding scene.
Like in many previous occasions, as if it were the Spanish Inquisition, The Funding Crowd arrives when most unexpected! Time for taking another look at what's cooking in the world of crowdfunding for Linux games.
It might look like we're testing your patience by way of publishing The Funding Crowd a day later every week, but we can positively assure you we're not! It's just that crowdfunding columns and holidays don't usually mix well.
Just when you began to ponder the idea of [b]The Funding Crowd[/b] skipping an issue, here it comes to prove you wrong. Booyah!
[b]The Funding Crowd[/b] is back, bringing with it all you need to know about the new and the old Linux games being crowdfunded.
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