If you missed out on the quite successful Kickstarter for Uber's celestial-body-colliding RTS, Planetary Annihilation, pre-orders are now available with a few bonuses thrown in (barring the actual moon crashing into the actual earth before this summer). Three tiers are available on Uber's own store , priced at $40, $60, and $90. The two higher tiers will grant you access to the game earlier — though you may want to read our recent Face Offs on paid betas and early adopters before you let that influence your decision.
All three tiers, beginning with the $40 Combat Edition, will get you a download code, a digital copy of the soundtrack, and a Theta Commander in-game unit that is only available to pre-orders. Adding on an extra $20 for the Warfare Edition buys you beta access, and... well, actually, that's it. Throw down another $30 for the Galactic Edition, and you'll get in at the alpha stage, along with a download code for a digital art book. At $90, that's a fair bit less than what you'd pay for, say, a top-tier physical Collector's Edition, but it's still more than double the price of the game itself to get in the gate early.