In 2013/2014 Kickstarter video game funding hit its high water mark. Seemingly scores of pitches for games were debuting weekly, video game sites were running round up articles and at times even trying to curate some of the more promising projects from the dead-in-the-water duds, and it looked like this was the start of a brave new world in video game financing. Perhaps no game better symbolised the peak and wake of a frenzy of questionable public judgement, the murky ethics of Kickstarter projects, delays and abandoned commitments, and the sheer $$$'s being thrown around than Mighty No. 9 (to say nothing about the down payment on a house the internet public gave some dude who made a potato salad). With Mighty No.9 now having been confirmed as a turd, and with that Kickstarter "bubble" now firmly in our rearview mirror let's take a moment to sift through the wreckage and see where we stand. Did you back any games? If so, which ones? What's your scorecard of successes vs. failures vs. mixed? Are any still outstanding? Did you learn anything from the experience? Would you back any future projects?