MalusCalibur is creating 'Let's Play' videos and Twitch streams
16
patrons
$78
per month
Hello and welcome! I am MalusCalibur, a man of daft words and improvised songs.

I make Let's Play videos for Youtube and stream on Twitch, alongside the seventeen billion others who do the same. My playthroughs tend towards the informative, with my own unique brand of (British-flavoured) humour, breaking into song, and swearing like a sailor mixed in. There are no facecams, reaction videos or spooky-scary games to be found; rather, I play games that I have personal history with or just love to death, and I like to take time with, and put effort into, my editing, both to add quirky visual humour and to cut out all the technical difficulties/repeated failures/BSoD's etc. I take pride in my videos and always strive for a high standard.

Creating these videos began as a hobby, but while I liked the idea of being able to work on them all the time, I have never been happy with the thought of ads being placed in or around my videos - lord knows we get enough of that sort of thing in all facets of life already.
Patreon seems like an ideal solution as it allows me to generate some money while getting to keep whatever remains of my soul. Everything I produce remains free to watch on Youtube and Twitch for patrons and non-patrons alike (and always will), and so any pledges are always voluntary - a way for you to support me and allow me to keep doing what I love: making folk laugh!

There are other bonuses to being a Patron too (other than the warm fuzzy feeling of your generosity) - you can request that I play games you like or perhaps ones you want to see me hate in my own colourfully worded fashion, you'll be able to join in multiplayer gaming sessions during Twitch streams, and you might even get a free shirt! There are bound to be more rewards to come, just as soon as I think of them, and I'm always open to suggestions.

So, if you like the stuff you've seen, you can help it continue to happen by contributing whatever you can. Anything you can give is greatly and deeply appreciated, even if it's just your viewership, and even a single dollar a month can help me to continually improve polish and professionalism in everything I do.

Thank you, and enjoy!
Tiers
Help the Hoopagarbles Happen!
$1 or more per month 4 patrons
Help me keep making and improving the show!


-Want me to play a certain game? Request it, and I will!

-Join the community and share in the eccentricities!

Multiplayer Madness!
$5 or more per month 10 patrons
Play games with me during live Twitch streams!


-Plus all the benefits of Helping the Hoopagarbles Happen.

All That And A Shirt, Too!
$20 or more per month 2 patrons
Get a free shirt!

-Coming Soon: pledge now and claim yours as soon as they are available!

-Designs TBC: suggest your favourite now and it might well get made!
-Plus all benefits of prior reward tiers.

Goals
$78 of $100 per month
If I can reach this amount, making videos full-time becomes a real possibility, and I intend to mark the occasion by recording a brand new song in the same vein as 'Get a Battleship'. I've had lyrics for something half-finished for years, after all...

I also plan to invest in a brand new microphone (and filter etc.) to improve sound quality.
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Hello and welcome! I am MalusCalibur, a man of daft words and improvised songs.

I make Let's Play videos for Youtube and stream on Twitch, alongside the seventeen billion others who do the same. My playthroughs tend towards the informative, with my own unique brand of (British-flavoured) humour, breaking into song, and swearing like a sailor mixed in. There are no facecams, reaction videos or spooky-scary games to be found; rather, I play games that I have personal history with or just love to death, and I like to take time with, and put effort into, my editing, both to add quirky visual humour and to cut out all the technical difficulties/repeated failures/BSoD's etc. I take pride in my videos and always strive for a high standard.

Creating these videos began as a hobby, but while I liked the idea of being able to work on them all the time, I have never been happy with the thought of ads being placed in or around my videos - lord knows we get enough of that sort of thing in all facets of life already.
Patreon seems like an ideal solution as it allows me to generate some money while getting to keep whatever remains of my soul. Everything I produce remains free to watch on Youtube and Twitch for patrons and non-patrons alike (and always will), and so any pledges are always voluntary - a way for you to support me and allow me to keep doing what I love: making folk laugh!

There are other bonuses to being a Patron too (other than the warm fuzzy feeling of your generosity) - you can request that I play games you like or perhaps ones you want to see me hate in my own colourfully worded fashion, you'll be able to join in multiplayer gaming sessions during Twitch streams, and you might even get a free shirt! There are bound to be more rewards to come, just as soon as I think of them, and I'm always open to suggestions.

So, if you like the stuff you've seen, you can help it continue to happen by contributing whatever you can. Anything you can give is greatly and deeply appreciated, even if it's just your viewership, and even a single dollar a month can help me to continually improve polish and professionalism in everything I do.

Thank you, and enjoy!

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Tiers
Help the Hoopagarbles Happen!
$1 or more per month 4 patrons
Help me keep making and improving the show!


-Want me to play a certain game? Request it, and I will!

-Join the community and share in the eccentricities!

Multiplayer Madness!
$5 or more per month 10 patrons
Play games with me during live Twitch streams!


-Plus all the benefits of Helping the Hoopagarbles Happen.

All That And A Shirt, Too!
$20 or more per month 2 patrons
Get a free shirt!

-Coming Soon: pledge now and claim yours as soon as they are available!

-Designs TBC: suggest your favourite now and it might well get made!
-Plus all benefits of prior reward tiers.