Hatoful Boyfriend Official Plush Project Passes $95,000 On Kickstarter

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A Kickstarter campaign to create stuffed animals based on Hatoful Boyfriend characters has reached a new milestone. Over $95,000 has been raised by over 1,500 by everybirdie who needed a plush pigeon from the Hatoful Boyfriend Official Plush Project.


Reaching this milestone means that all of the project’s stretch goals have been funded. That means that, in addition to the initially announced stuffed toys based on Ryouta, Okosan, and Shuu, Nageki, Anghel, Sakuya, Yuuya, and Kazuaki will be turned into toys.


The minimum amount to pledge and get a single stuffed Hatoful Boyfriend Official Plush Project toy is $16, which provides the person a Shuu partridge. People can increase their pledge by $12 for each additional bird. There is no contribution level available that provides all eight birds. People who want every bird will need to pay $25 for the option that includes Ryouta, Okosan, and Shuu, then pay an additional $60 to add on the other five birds.


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The Hatoful Boyfriend Official Plush Project Kickstarter Campaign ends on December 6, with the toys supposedly shipping out in May 2016. Hatoful Boyfriend: Holiday Star, the sequel, will be released on Steam for PCs before 2015 ends.

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