Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Your last chance to help fund the Little Rock-based card game, 'People-Person'

Posted by on Wed, Feb 26, 2014 at 9:45 AM

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UPDATE: "People-Person" has met its funding goal, though that's no reason to stop donating. 

Adam Hogg
describes himself as a "401(K) record-keeper, tax accountant, singer, musician, magician and comedian." This is being modest: He is also the inventor of a card game, "People-Person," which he says "replicates life, its situations and its interactions." He's worked on the project for about two years, and is currently crowd-funding the game through the site Indiegogo.  He only has five days left, but he needs less than a hundred bucks to reach his $4,000 goal. You could actually help, in other words. And as the ad put it, "You've got a life, don't you? Then you'll like this game!"

If you're lost, you can read the instructions at the game's website. Also there's a trailer:


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