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Hop For The Best is a Froggy Platformer Hitting Kickstarter Today

July 1st
You’ll get to roam through woods, haunted forests and more, using your froggy skills to avoid a disturbing clay-based demise. There’s plenty of wall-hopping and your protagonist can stick to surfaces with their tongue, which as platforming talents go, is pretty useful. (Read More)

Mechanical keyboard with integrated wireless charger

July 1st
NIUBCP has taken to Kickstarter to launch its new mechanical keyboard featuring an integrated tablet stand, keyboard tilt mechanism and wireless charger providing 15W of power to your phone or tablet directly through the stand. The hot swappable keyboard features Bluetooth connectivity via 2.4 GHz together with an optional wired connection and RGB backlighting. (Read More)

Another Great STL Project from Asgard Rising: Horde of the Goblin King

June 30th
This wide-ranging talent is apparent in the creative goblin designs on display in Horde of the Goblin King. These goblins are a far cry from the fairly standardized green monkeys you see in most fantasy settings. (Read More)

Self-Published Spotlight: Jason Beirens' WONDERFUL GROTESQUE

June 30th
His drawings just feel like they were created with pens and pencils that never stop moving. Jason is in the midst of a Kickstarter campaign for his latest project, THE WONDERFUL GROTESQUE, a continuation of the world and story started in Deep Forest. (Read More)
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Hoppin’ RPG With Even Hipper Tunes A FROG’S TALE Successfully Funded

June 29th
From newfound developer Norman Company and Mythcarver Games, A Frog’s Tale is celebrating its successful funding on Kickstarter. Reaching more than its $60,000 goal in less than 5 days, A Frog’s Tale still has several weeks to secure funding for its campaign. (Read More)
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Maid Knight Saga Launches Kickstarter

June 29th
The hit Japanese board game Shitamachi Maid is coming to America, under the title Maid Knight Saga: Story of Faltisia, thanks to LionWing. The crowdfunding campaign for the game just launched, and hit its initial goal in just seven hours. (Read More)

Aligned Social: The New Frontier of Social Media

June 29th
The app features several unique qualities, including a chronological feed, a common user request certain other platforms have turned a deaf ear to for years. Aligned Social is also tackling the mental health implications of social media by working closely with both scientists and mental health professionals. As it stands, Aligned Social is in its beginning phases of production with a clear vision of where it’s going. (Read More)

D&D Kickstarter Local Legends wants to make your tabletop tavern more interesting

June 29th
Designed by Steamforged (the studio behind the pre-made D&D dungeons of Epic Encounters and the Horizon Zero Dawn board game), Local Legends is a boxset with ten unique taverns that are ready to plug straight into your campaign. These are populated by 60 non-playable characters with their own fully illustrated cards and backstories, three books of plot hooks, unique minigames to give each pub its own flavor, miniatures, and maps. (Read More)
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MSI turns your gaming PC into a drum kit with an RGB foot pedal

June 29th
At this point, gaming PC folks have mastered the art of using their hands with plenty of keyboards and mice to choose from, but two of our limbs just sit there, lifeless. With the introduction of the MSI Liberator, the folks over at Micro Star International envision a world where we don’t simply let our legs atrophy and instead put them to use with a three-button pedal. (Read More)

The NuraTrue Pro are the first wireless earbuds to support aptX Lossless

June 29th
The new Bluetooth streaming codec that promises to stream CD-quality audio without any loss of audio detail, aptX Lossless, is coming to its first pair of earbuds. The NuraTrue Pro true wireless earbuds are the work of Australian audio company Nura and are currently being funded on Kickstarter with early bird prices starting at $199 and a regular retail price of $329. (Read More)

Cambridge filmmaker's Kickstarter bid for Five Cars movie on track

June 29th
The Kickstarter campaign for Five Cars, which New Zealand-born Mark is to act in and direct, ends tomorrow (June 30). Described as a “high-octane, low budget feature film”, Five Cars is set to be filmed in and around Cambridge. (Read More)

Kickstart this collection of Shakespeare-themed horror stories

June 29th
Shakespeare Unleashed is a forthcoming anthology edited by James Aquilone that will feature horror stories and sonnets inspired by the work of William Shakespeare. There's also an accompanying comic book! (Read More)

Steamforged's Dungeons & Dragons Line Expands With Epic Encounters: Local Legends

June 28th
The Kickstarter will fund the publication of three new Local Legends books that includes guides on how to create a tavern that can serve as the hub for a Dungeons & Dragons campaign, filling it with distinctive NPCs and rumors and adventure hooks to explore. Also included in the Kickstarter are several Local Legends encounters, which include pre-made adventures and accompanying miniatures of the major villains of the adventure. (Read More)
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Interesting New - And Old - Approach To Multi Color 3D Printing Hits Kickstarter

June 28th
One of the common frustrations with common filament based 3D printing is that you’re typically stuck with one material at a time. The Swapper3D Kickstarter is taking a somewhat tried and true approach from CNC machining and applying it to a 3D printer. (Read More)

This 3D printer mod on Kickstarter can automatically swap your filament mid-print

June 28th
When prints already take hours, or even days to complete, adding purge blocks here and there to transition colours can easily double that time. That's why this Kickstarter(opens in new tab) promising a swappable nozzle attachment for your 3D printer looks like it could be a life saver. (Read More)

Use Your Words 2 hits Kickstarter stretch goal

June 28th
The first Use Your Words came to Switch all the way back in 2017, and now we know that the sequel is on its way as well. Use Your Words 2 was funded via Kickstarter, but a Switch version was locked behind a stretch goal of $50k. As of today that stretch goal was reached, so the sequel is now a lock for Switch sometime down the road. (Read More)
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Tame Pokémon-like creatures in the Monster Wrangler tabletop RPG

June 28th
A tabletop RPG featuring a roster of strange and powerful beings, Monster Wrangler sees players roaming different regions of a fictional world in search of new monster companions. Players can choose to be a child or adult Wrangler – another similarity to the Pokémon series – with groups in the tabletop RPG being made up of all child characters, all adults or sometimes a mixture of the two. (Read More)
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[COMING SOON] Sakura Wars-inspired board game Maid Knight Saga gets an English release

June 28th
Maid Knight Saga, a Japanese deckbuilding game inspired by classic video game series Sakura Wars, is getting an English-language release. In Maid Knight Saga, up to six players draft cards to progress their student’s achievement in their studies at the academy. Cards can be used to attend specific lectures and extra classes, helping to boost statistics such as strength, wisdom, beauty and purity, and skip others with the aim of focusing on extra-curricular activities to specialise in other traits. (Read More)

QOOLA wearable air-conditioner

June 28th
If you would like to stay cool during your workout, favorite sport or just while relaxing in hotter climates you might be interested in QOOLA. A wearable air-conditioner that features four cooling modes allow you to drop the temperature around your body to a comfortable 15° C or 59°F. QOOLA also features a warming mode which can increase the temperature to a maximum of 45° or 113°F enabling you to stay comfortable wherever you may be. (Read More)

EXCLUSIVE: An inside look at Bill Sienkiewicz cover art for 'The Golem of Venice Beach'

June 28th
The story is about a Golem named Adam that’s 400 years old, created in Eastern Europe, but now lives in Southern California. As a Golem who traditionally are a creature of vengeance and destruction, Adam spends his days on the sunny boardwalks of Venice Beach wishing for an escape from his lonely existence. (Read More)

Nura introduces the NuraTrue Pro

June 28th
Nura, the company behind the crazy-looking NuraPhones that impressed us back in 2018, is returning to Kickstarter to launch its latest audio offering. The new product is called the NuraTrue Pro, and it's a more advanced follow-up to the NuraTrue true wireless earbuds that launched last year. (Read More)

Voivod need your help to build a monument to late guitarist Piggy

June 28th
Canadian prog metal icons Voivod have given their backing to a campaign to erect a monument to late guitarist Denis "Piggy" D'Amour, who died of cancer in 2005. The organisers hope to raise $100,000 CAD to erect the eight-foot aluminium sculpture in D'Amour's hometown of Saguenay, Quebec. (Read More)
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Smart Pet Door Uses Facial Recognition to Keep Critters Out

June 28th
Installing a pet door can make pet ownership less of a chore by eliminating the need to constantly have to let them outside for bathroom breaks and then back in again after, and the Petvation wants to make sure it’s only your dog or cat (or naked mole rat, we don’t judge) coming back in by leveraging the same facial recognition tech that’s in your phone. (Read More)

STEPFPGA supports Verilog on cloud-based IDE and Lattice’s Diamond IDE

June 27th
The STEPFPGA MXO2Core is a compact platform based on the Lattice MX02-4000 FPGA. The low cost device is loaded with several I/O peripherals and it’s targeted towards FPGA beginners. The STEPFGA costs around $46 through a Kickstarter campaign that already surpassed its funding goal. (Read More)

Kickstarter Highlight: A Frog's Tale

June 27th
The game is about a little frog named Norman, who comes in contact with a mysterious cardinal bird while investigating the abnormally large bugs in the forest. After the encounter, our hero sets off on a journey to rebuild an artefact that can allegedly bring the dead back to life. (Read More)
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Female-Led Drama Short SAVE ME Now Crowdfunding on Kickstarter

June 27th
Save Me, now in pre-production and crowdfunding on Kickstarter, brings together a core female creative team of director Kirsty Hamilton (Cold, Breathe), writer Suzanne Adamson, producer Lynnaire MacDonald and DoP Jess Charlton (Loimata, the Sweetest Tears, Tama). (Read More)

Pathfinder's Crossover Into Savage Worlds Continues With Curse of the Crimson Throne

June 26th
Last week, Pinnacle Entertainment Group launched a new Kickstarter for Pathfinder for Savage Worlds – Curse of the Crimson Throne, which serves as an expansion for the popular 2021 crossover between the two tabletop game systems. Similar to last year's Kickstarter, Pathfinder for Savage Worlds – Curse of the Crimson Throne will adapt both a rulebook and an adventure for use with Savage Worlds game engine. (Read More)

Cyberpunk 2077 is getting a board game

June 24th
Cyberpunk 2077: Gangs of Night City is a strange twist on the high-tech, low-life underbelly of the world brought to life by CD Projekt Red and Mike Pondsmith. The game is being published by CMON Games, which have put together board game adaptations of God of War and Bloodborne in addition to other existing IPs. (Read More)

INTERVIEW: Chris Anderson and David Accampo chat SPECTRAL: A SHOWCASE OF FEAR

June 24th
Lost Angels co-creators Chris Anderson and David Accampo recently launched their latest Kickstarter campaign, Spectral: A Showcase of Fear. The full collection of stories adds a brand new seventh character, Professor Spectral, who provides the graphic novel’s interstitial cautionary tales about all sorts of spookies that go bump in the night. (Read More)
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