On the Urban Tribes Kickstarter, one of the stretch goals is a reduced price for the game. I'm confused by how this works.
The current basic pledge level to get a copy of the game is $49. The stretch goal says there will be a "new reward level to purchase a copy of Urban Tribes for $39" if they reach the pledge level of $20,000. Does that mean that people who pledged at $49 will have their pledge reduced to $39? That would seem likely to drop the pledge level back down below $20,000, at least temporarily. Or do the people who pledged $49 still pay that price while those who waited can get the game for only $39? Or is there some difference between the current reward level and the stretch goal level?
Several people have commented on the slow movement of this project. I suspect many other people are confused like I am and are holding off on making pledges.
Great question! If and when we hit $20,000, I'm going to create a new reward level called "Townie". The reward will still be a copy of the game, but the price will be $39 rather than $49. Everyone who pledged at the $49 level will be able to switch their pledge. I'll be sending out an update as soon as this takes effect to give folks notice, but I realize it might be down to the wire and some folks miss the window.