Quoted from jrawlinson_2000:
Sniff sniff is tha BS?
Would PayPal really 'get into bed' with a start up like Skit B who have no history.
I can summarize this project in a nutshell. Note: I'm just from the outside looking in.
As Ben said and anyone with an ounce of sense knows it does not cost $1,000,000 to build a prototype or design a pinball machine. Raise your hands if you think Kevin had $1M in his pocket anytime in his life. Or if the developers of WOOLY had access to $1M. Totally ludicrous for anyone to throw out such a sum of money for Predator. I'm not saying a game like WoZ or AcDc were cheap, they might have cost that or more. But we are not talking WOZ or AcDc. We are talking Predator, let's put that notion to bed, as Ben said $50k (if that) as Kevin likely was working with a small budget. Much like a movie can be made for under $1M
Point two, Kevin said he needed $750K to begin assembling machines starting 7-8 months ago that's when he needed the money.
Point three, Kevin did not start building the machines 7-8 months ago, now he says he has the money in a safe place.
My point why in the first place did Kevin need $750,000 if he was not building machines all these months? If the money needs to be kept in a safe place for when the machines are to build in the future, why did he need to collect so much money? No place safer than in my bank account, and it would force Kevin to make progress or show results for him to collect more.