Fangamer's shirt designs revived via Kickstarter - destructoid

Fangamer's shirt designs revived via Kickstarter

4:30 PM on 08.29.2012

Jayson Napolitano

Music Editor



Everyone's doing it, so why not Fangamer? I've been a long time fan of their game-inspired shirt designs, and it seems they've heard the voice of costumers out there who have been frustrated with so many of their popular designs being out of print. They've initiated a Kickstarter campaign to remedy the situation, with funds being used to reprint several designs as well as new ones exclusive to the campaign.

While you'll be paying full price for the shirts ($22) at the lowest levels of support, pledging $80 will net you four shirts with a $2 discount on each. The hoodies are also available for $45 as opposed to their usual $47+ asking price. And shipping is included. A pretty good deal if you've had your eyes on these designs.

I'm particularly fond of the Chronometer and Space Jump shirts and the Dark Omen hoodie (all seen below), and the promotional video above is quite entertaining. Which designs strike your fancy, and with all the Kickstarter fatigue going around these days, is this a pretty good way to go about using the funding tool?

PHOTO GALLERY (BETA)

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