PEOPLE ARE DISCOVERING A NEW WAY TO BE SOCIAL, WITHOUT FACEBOOK
LAS VEGAS, NV (PRBuzz.com) May 24, 2012 -- Does It Count aims to shift the online social media paradigm by bringing people together to play a game.....face to face. Through a simple but compelling card game, Does It Count has people playing and talking, in person.
The Does It Count card deck is being promoted as the anti-social media conversation starter. On the site they boast "Social media has made it increasingly more convenient to interact with others but... there is a price to pay.... we are losing a large part of ourselves as we become less socially graceful and adept. "
Does It Count has recently been introduced on KICKSTARTER, (a new funding platform) and has already garnered a loyal following. Nic Niccum, Operations VP, states "I believe the increasing popularity of Does it Count is a due to the intrinsic need for people to want to be social in a face-to-face setting while doing and sharing something enjoyable."
A creative twist to Does It Count is that Kickstarter backer can choose to become an author a question. Supporters have been making frequent donation in order to be recognized as a Game Author.
Does It Count is a 52 deck of cards that ask questions about the ambiguous areas in our lives. Questions include "Does motherhood count as a job?" and "Does a naked person in National Geographic count as pornography?" The questions create an animated and fun debate.
Does It Count seeks $23,000 to effectively launch, and Kickstarter backers will be among the first to experience the game--receiving a variety of real-world benefits.
To be an early backer of the game, visit Kickstarter at kck.st/KmNGlq
About Does It Count: Does It Count is a card deck designed for real-world socializing. The Original Edition is a 52 card deck that ask sometimes controversial, but always FUN questions about the grey areas in life. Funding thru KICKSTARTER will also create two new editions (Bar Scene and Hacker Edition). The card deck is being presented on the Kickstarter website through July 5th, 2012.