Taking your passion project to Kickstarter or Indiegogo is a dicey move.

On the one hand, if your project is funded, you get complete creative control of your project from concept to execution. If you fail to meet your goal, well, there have been plenty of examples of brilliant ideas that failed to gain any traction beyond their pitch videos. Projects like Double Fine Adventure, Shadowrun Returns , and Wasteland 2 have all crushed their campaigns and are all point to the power of crowdfunding.

2013 has been a massive year for video game projects on Kickstarter and Indiegogo and these are some of the standouts that you still have time to help fund. Get in on the ground floor of these 10 Video Game Projects You Should be Funding on Kickstarter and Indiegogo

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