FAQ: Million Dollars, But... The Game
For the most up-to-date information about the status of our project, check our project updates on Kickstarter!

How is Million Dollars, But... The Game different from other card games?

Million Dollars, But… The Game was designed to feel familiar, but stand on its own. Our gameplay asks players to interact with each other every round. There’s no sitting back, sipping your drink while you wait for a judge to decide what tickles their funny bone. When you hand in a scenario, you gotta get in there and join the conversation.

Last updated: June 01, 2016 12:32

How many cards are in the core box set and the expansion pack?

As of May 25th, there are now 500 CARDS in the core box set.

The expansion pack is 100 cards.

Last updated: May 26, 2016 10:16

The $150 Perk - Does it contain the Challenge Coin?

Yes! The $150 Perk contains the Challenge Coin, Expansion Pack, Core Box set and three (3) signed Cards.

Last updated: May 11, 2016 12:33

What is the challenge coin and why would I want one?

Challenge coins were traditionally given in the military to prove membership when challenged and to enhance morale. They are given in recognition of special achievements by a member of their group. Since then, other organizations such as fraternities/sororities, biker groups, or even movie sets have given them out in recognition of certain services or accomplishments.

We offered challenge coins during the Lazer Team campaign (Concept Art: http://imgur.com/tGaH6sB and final product: http://imgur.com/mtke97Z ) to give backers a way to show that they helped fund our movie. For Million Dollars, But… The Game, we are offering the coins again, letting backers know that once again they are a part of a community-wide event.

Last updated: May 13, 2016 11:44

What is the Million Dollar Perk?

The Million Dollar Perk is a mystery. We can’t tell you what it is.

THIS PERK MUST BE A SINGLE-SOURCE DONATION.

Last updated: May 11, 2016 10:50

When will I get my stuff?

If you were in the first production run, your estimated ship date is June 2016.

If you back to a tier that says, “2nd PRODUCTION RUN” your estimated shipping date is now September 2016.

Last updated: May 23, 2016 15:27

When will I give you my address so you can ship?

After the campaign has ended you will receive an email from BackerKit with a survey that you can use to give us your address and all other pertinent information.

Last updated: June 01, 2016 08:35

If I live in the USA, will I have to pay shipping?

No, it is included in the base pledge amount.

Last updated: June 01, 2016 12:32

What is the community expansion pack and how will I get it?

The community-generated expansion pack will be available for purchase later in 2016. Stay tuned to MDBgame.com for more information as it is released.

Last updated: June 01, 2016 12:32

How is Million Dollars, But… The Game different from other card games?

Million Dollars, But… The Game was designed to feel familiar, but stand on its own. Our gameplay asks players to interact with each other every round. There’s no sitting back, sipping your drink while you wait for a judge to decide what tickles their funny bone. When you hand in a scenario, you gotta get in there and join the conversation. Last updated: Wed, Jun 1 2016 3:32 pm EDT

How many cards are in the core box set and the expansion pack?

As of May 25th, there are now 500 CARDS in the core box set. The expansion pack is 100 cards. Last updated: Thu, May 26 2016 1:16 pm EDT

The $150 Perk - Does it contain the Challenge Coin?

Yes! The $150 Perk contains the Challenge Coin, Expansion Pack, Core Box set and three (3) signed Cards. Last updated: Wed, May 11 2016 3:33 pm EDT

What is the challenge coin and why would I want one?

Challenge coins were traditionally given in the military to prove membership when challenged and to enhance morale. They are given in recognition of special achievements by a member of their group. Since then, other organizations such as fraternities/sororities, biker groups, or even movie sets have given them out in recognition of certain services or accomplishments. We offered challenge coins during the Lazer Team campaign (Concept Art: http://imgur.com/tGaH6sB and final product: http://imgur.com/mtke97Z ) to give backers a way to show that they helped fund our movie. For Million Dollars, But… The Game, we are offering the coins again, letting backers know that once again they are a part of a community-wide event. Last updated: Fri, May 13 2016 2:44 pm EDT

What is the Million Dollar Perk?

The Million Dollar Perk is a mystery. We can’t tell you what it is. THIS PERK MUST BE A SINGLE-SOURCE DONATION. Last updated: Wed, May 11 2016 1:50 pm EDT

When will I get my stuff?

If you were in the first production run, your estimated ship date is June 2016. If you back to a tier that says, “2nd PRODUCTION RUN” your estimated shipping date is now September 2016. Last updated: Mon, May 23 2016 6:27 pm EDT

When will I give you my address so you can ship?

After the campaign has ended you will receive an email from BackerKit with a survey that you can use to give us your address and all other pertinent information. Last updated: Wed, Jun 1 2016 11:35 am EDT

If I live in the USA, will I have to pay shipping?

No, it is included in the base pledge amount. Last updated: Wed, Jun 1 2016 3:32 pm EDT

What is the community expansion pack and how will I get it?

The community-generated expansion pack will be available for purchase later in 2016. Stay tuned to MDBgame.com for more information as it is released. Last updated: Wed, Jun 1 2016 3:32 pm EDT

Shipping Updates
For the most up-to-date information about the status of our project, check our project updates on Kickstarter!

Current Estimated Shipping Date: June 2016

Last Updated At: 06/23/16 | See Kickstarter Update
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