I'm currently working on creating a kickstarter campaign for a small retro arcade style indie game I want to make. It's something I've wanted to do for a long time, but I just haven't had the resources to make happen. I work a full-time and I just don't have the luxury of lots of free time or money to devote all my energy to such a endeavor. This has really been starting to depress me too because I know I can do it, I just need the time to make it happen. Kickstarter seems to be the perfect tool here to help me make this a reality, but I hate the idea of asking people to back a project without any real proof or evidence that I can accomplish what I promise. This is why I've been working very hard to get a prototype built to give people a taste of what I'm going for, and that I am capable of making it, but it's still a slow process.
So in the mean time my question to the GB community is what is the most compelling reason to back a kickstarter project for you? (Indie game projects in particular). I'm hoping your input can help me focus my campaign better on what matters most to backers before launch.