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Welcome everyone to the crowdfunding campaign for our production of War of Rights,
the most historically accurate game about the American Civil War to date! We are Campfire Games,
a studio born from the passion and inspiration of two developers from Denmark.
Our love for the American Civil War lead us to a dream of creating a game where we could share their interest with the rest of the world in a fun,
yet educational setting. After more than three years of hard work, astounding progress has been made,
and a talented and equally passionate group has been brought together to bring this dream to the realm of reality.
With War of Rights, we are focusing on creating a group-based game with real Napoleonic-era tactics combined with the deadly accuracy
of the "newer" weapons available in the period of the Civil War. Uniforms, equipment, artillery, houses, fields,
and the locales are all portrayed as faithful as possible to the period we're showcasing in the game.
Now, while making a game that is fun for those playing is certainly a humongous part of our effort, another
significant part of our attention is to provide useful and accurate information about the American Civil War.
As many educators struggle to teach children who do not find relevance in history, they often find a way via games
and other interactive methods that engage their interests and attention.
With all the progress we’ve made with War of Rights, it is time to take things to the next level.
And that is why we’re here. If we are to finish War of Rights,
we must turn to the community who understands what we’re trying to do and why it is important.
Sure, it is a video game, but we want it to be much more than that.
This is not a pre-order of items. You are pledging to support the development of a game and therefore acknowledge that you're not paying
for items but donating for the development of a video game and getting digital and/or physical items as a thank you.