Joshua Giadrosichis creating Gaming Videos
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From March 2017 onwards, every $100 donated (in total, not looking at specific payment levels per month) will get you the ability to co-commentate with me in a one-hour video to be posted on my Youtube channel. The subject of the video is of your own choosing.
- Cumulative reward (See $2 "Bargo" tier for details)
- Name listed in credits of a video
- Ability to view weekly bonus videos
I have also made a few amateur games with the Zelda Classic engine, which have received generally positive reviews. They can be found on PureZC.net, under the titles "Bikdip's Adventure", "Bikdip's Adventure 2: Electric Boogaloo", and "Mitch". As of 2018, I am officially working on a new game: "Bikdip's Adventure 3: A Mitch in the Matrix". Work on it is very slow and sporadic, but I do like to share my progress with my patrons.
For a few years, I treated this account as a secondary job, and had a "if I earn this much, I'll make this many videos" approach to it. I've found that it's best to keep it as a hobby without a strict schedule, however, so think of it as a tip jar. There are still rewards for supporting me, but I will not be basing the amount of normal, free content that I produce off of the amount of money I make from this.
If you support me in a tier that has any kind of personalized reward, particularly the cumulative one explained in the $2 "Bargo" section, be sure to contact me via PM to let me know the specifics of what you want to do. That is also how I will provide links to the private discord channel explained in the $10 "Junspinar" section.
My schedule for making videos and doing streams is mostly based on my work schedule, and is always subject to change. Currently, my goal is to release one public video and one private video (available to $10 tier patrons and above) per week, on average. I will always hold myself to the four private videos per month, as those are being paid for. The public ones may occasionally break schedule if I have too much else going on, but I don't want this to be a regular occurance.
I am also very slowly working on Bikdip's Adventure 3, but I don't have anything approaching an estimated release date for that at this time, and I expect it to take several years to finish, assuming I finish it at all. This is purely a passion project of mine, and any progress made on it will be done independently of the amount of money pledged. It is a fan game using assets from the Zelda series, among others, so even if I wanted to accept donations towards it, legally I would not be able to.