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Greenbrier Games Brings Zpocalypse: Survival To Kickstarter and Steam Greenlight

April 22nd - via: indiegamemag.com
The time has come to test your ability to survive the flood of undead at the end of the world in Zpocalypse: Survival. Currently under development through Greenbrier Games, Zpocalypse: Survival is meant to be a digital adaptation and expansion from the original Zpocalypse board game. (Read More)

3D Printing Produces A Golden Goose

April 22nd - via: 3dprintingindustry.com
No, this isn’t genetic engineering courtesy of Willy Wonka, a ‘gold egg’ is an egg that is scrambled in its shell and then either soft or hard boiled. And they are, actually, quite delicious. Well someone invented a kitchen tool called The Golden Goose to make them, and as ridiculous as it sounds and looks, it could really be the next big thing. (Read More)
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La Ventana: An infusion vessel that takes your culinary skills to artistic levels

April 21st - via: homeharmonizing.com
Infusion vessel – the very term brings forth those fanciful visions of gourmets concocting their specialty fares from aromatic ingredients, herbs, liquors and what not; all in a single container. In essence, it is an object tailored to sate the culinary-inspired aficionado inside you. Well, the above pictured La Ventana (from Dale Rorabaugh) generously fulfills this romantic notion, and that too with a visual flair of its own. (Read More)

Waldemar the Warlock Kickstarter and Demo

April 21st - via: deathbybeta.com
There is a tonne (not ton…it’s a metric world, bitches!) of new game concepts on Kickstarter at any given time, so it is difficult to stay on top of them all. One of them that I missed was the Waldemar the Warlock Kickstarter, which at the time of this writing only has another eight days left and still a bit to raise. Fortunately, Paco García from En Complot was kind enough to email about their new game. (Read More)

Printoo Modular, Thin & Flexible Electronics: Diet PCB

April 21st - via: technabob.com
Microcontrollers and other electronics components have been getting smaller and cheaper. A company called Ynvisible proves that these parts can be made much thinner as well. (Read More)

Armello Kickstarter

April 21st - via: deathbybeta.com
Are you a fan of both table-top board games and video games? If you are, you need to really check out the Armello Kickstarter that is currently underway. Even if you are just a fan of video games and like some multiplayer turn-based strategy gaming now and then, Armello is worth a look. (Read More)

Omocat Launches Omori Kickstarter

April 21st - via: twinfinite.net
One of my favorite artist, Omocat, has been lining up a Kickstarter campaign for her game for quite some time. Today, on Twitter, the Kickstarter for Omori has been posted. (Read More)
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Kickstarter Campaign for the Amaker3D 3D Printer

April 21st - via: 3dprinter.net
A new 3D printer is about to enter the world of 3D printing. Singapore-based company Amaker3D announced on Friday that they are launching a Kickstarter campaign for their new 3D printer, Amaker. (Read More)

Kickstart This! A DIY dinosaur

April 21st - via: hlntv.com
Wish you could build your own giant dinosaur? One student did just that, and the results are the stuff of childhood fantasies. (Read More)

Three Kickstarter Crowdfund Nominated At Eisner Awards

April 21st - via: crowdfundinsider.com
Fresh off the announcement of The Eisner Awards nominations, Kickstarter announced three of its crowdfunding campaigns made the list. The projects were Dax Tran-Caffee’s “Failing Sky;” Brandon Perlow and Paul J. Mendoza’s “Watson and Holmes,” which was nominated twice; and Ben Acker and Ben Blacker’s “Thrilling Adventure Hour.” (Read More)

Catch Up, Calu! Kickstarter Campaign Underway

April 21st - via: gamershell.com
Catch Up, Calu! works with state-of-the-art technology to allow real-time, motion-based control with just the twist of your hand. (Read More)

Kickstarter - Hover: Revolt of Gamers Campaign Launches

April 21st - via: nintendoenthusiast.com
The Kickstarter campaign for one of the most exciting indie titles currently heading to Wii U has launched today and needs your support! (Read More)
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Weekly Kickstarter: I Want it, Bad

April 21st - via: geekadelphia.com
Sometimes, a Kickstarter’s video isn’t very helpful. Maybe it’s too short, maybe it isn’t descriptive enough, there are all sorts of things that can go wrong. Sometimes though, the video really seals the deal, like with this week’s project, I Want it, Bad. (Read More)
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'Grave' Promises Surreal Survival Horror and Oculus Rift Support, Kickstarter Entering Final Week

April 21st - via: roadtovr.com
Grave, by developer Tristan Parish Moore, asks its players to survive a hostile, desert environment teaming with creatures armed with nothing but light. It’s a surrealist twist on a familiar format and it ships with Oculus Rift support. (Read More)
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Startup Finsix Aims To End The Laptop Power Brick Era

April 21st - via: twice.com
Start-up Finsix is bringing to market the Dart, billed as "the world's smallest, lightest laptop power adapter," after a successful fundraising campaign on Kickstarter. (Read More)

Game Of Phones: Now Pulling Out Your Smartphone At A Party Isn't Rude, It's Encouraged

April 21st - via: idigitaltimes.com
Are offline interactions doomed? Maybe we need to go to smartphone rehab. Or maybe we need to better integrate technology into social gatherings. Introducing Game of Phones -- a much needed intervention in the form of an ultramodern card game. The Kickstarter project launched this month and exceeded its funding goal within a week. Now pulling out your smartphone at a party isn't rude -- it's encouraged. iDigitalTimes talked to creators Luke Stern and Sam Wander about the game that offers up a saving grace for human-to-human socializing. (Read More)
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Kickstarter- Popup Dungeon Adds Wii U Stretch Goal

April 21st - via: nintendoenthusiast.com
Ring Runner recently launched their Kickstarter campaign for Popup Dungeon, a unique papercraft RPG which could now be coming to the Wii U. (Read More)
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Kickstarter Successfully Funded and PAX East 2014 news - A Druid's Duel Game

April 21st - via: indiedb.com
A Druid's Duel was successfully Kickstarted and had an amazing showing at PAX East 2014. Exhilarating and exhausting, it's been a wild two months. Read all about it! (Read More)

tinyBuild Cancels Kickstarter Jet-Getters' $50,000 Campaign

April 21st - via: crowdfundinsider.com
It may have reached its goal of $50,000 through its crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, but it seems the Jet-Getters’ developer tinyBuild may have found an investor afterall. While the project will move forward and spend time bringing those partners up to speed and hiring additional people, this means theretinyBuild would be more development time. (Read More)

The Most Expensive Kickstarter Video Ever

April 21st - via: connorrickman.blogspot.com
After years of re-writes, concept art creation, script breakdowns and budgeting for our upcoming feature film LARP, my team and I needed one last piece of the puzzle before we could confidently place our film on Kickstarter. (Read More)
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Zabosu Wants To Turn You Into A Remote-Controlled Human

April 21st - via: techcrunch.com
You guys remember the movie Avatar? Where our fearless protagonist would hop into a tanning booth-type machine and then suddenly his Avatar was running through Pandora, exploring a whole new world? There’s currently a project on Kickstarter that looks to bring a similar experience to planet Earth. It’s called Zabosu, and it’s a technology that allows one human, sitting at home in front of their computer, the ability to “control” another person and use that person’s smartphone to see and hear all of their surroundings. (Read More)
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Interview: How Kickstarter game Hex Heroes is reimagining the RTS genre for the Wii U.

April 21st - via: venturebeat.com
If you were to look back at the past couple generations of consoles through today’s, one could argue that their defining traits were in their control schemes as much as their graphical prowess. From the incorporation of dual thumb-sticks to motion controls and gesture based touch-screens, each new means of interaction meant new genres, and/or past ones reimagined. As powerful as the current console generation is already proving to be, there’s no denying that it brings with it another new input: the second screen. (Read More)
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Kickstarter Check-In - Pixel Noir

April 21st - via: rpgamer.com
SWDTech Games is seeking funding for its upcoming JRPG inspired title, Pixel Noir. Inspired by titles such as Final Fantasy VII, Chrono Trigger, and Earthbound, Pixel Noir stars a Private Eye who has be dismissed from the police force for blowing up a hospital. Ten years later, he hopes to uncover the truth of what actually occurred that day, but things may not be what they seem with the blurring of the line between sanity and insanity. (Read More)

First look at The Girl and the Robot alpha footage

April 21st - via: wiiudaily.com
Check out this new alpha footage from The Girl and the Robot, coming to Wii U soon. (Read More)
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Why Using Kickstarter to Fund the Purchase of the New Wu-Tang Album Defeats the Purpose

April 21st - via: fool.com
As you may have heard, The Wu-Tang Clan recorded a 31-track album titled "Once Upon a Time in Shaolin" that will have only have a single copy made. It will tour the country, allowing fans to hear it (after being checked for recording devices). After the tour, one lucky (and rich) fan will then buy the only copy and its masters. With rumored bids already hitting millions of dollars, there has been a lot of discussion about whether it's right to release it like this. (Read More)

Lovecraft Lives Again in The Eldritch Cases: Dagon

April 20th - via: cliqist.com
Point and click games have been a great story telling medium since the days of DOS, and that hasn’t changed much over the years. Kickstarter is just full of these things, and for good reason: anyone can put one together. What makes an adventure game special though is the writing, the atmosphere, the puzzles, and the story, and Thomas Busse is drawing inspiration from some of the greatest stories ever told for his horror point and click, the writings of H. P. Lovecraft. (Read More)

Mobile Makes Friends with PC for Salvaged

April 20th - via: cliqist.com
Imagine you’re a person. Now imagine that person has a mobile device, be it an iPhone, iPad, Android, or Android-based tablet. Imagine that person also has a PC, and they’re just dying for a way to use their mobile device and PC in beautiful, harmonious tangent. Now tell that imaginary person to read this article about Salvaged, an upcoming title for PC that, you guessed it, uses a mobile device in a pretty cool way. It’s not exactly a mobile game, but it’s not exactly a PC game either. Maybe it is, but it’s… A… PC game that you control with your mobile… It makes sense when I’m not trying to explain it, I promise. (Read More)
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Local LARP enthusiasts pursue silver screen dream

April 20th - via: fox13now.com
SALT LAKE CITY, UT - A group of local film makers are turning their love of live action role play into a movie — or what they call LARP. (Read More)
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QOTW – 4/20 – More Kickstarter Categories

April 20th - via: cliqist.com
Kickstarter just tripled their number of subcategories. Is this good or bad? (Read More)

Kickstarter: Hover Revolt Of Gamers Described As Mirror’s Edge + Jet Set Radio Is Coming To Wii U

April 20th - via: mynintendonews.com
A new Kickstarter based title which is described as Jet Set Radio mixed with Mirror’s Edge is coming to Wii U, Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4. The soundtrack behind Hover: Revolt Of Gamers is created by the legendary Hideki Naganuma who composed the Jet Set Radio soundtrack. The game will also be compatible with Oculus Rift. The Kickstarter campaign goes live today. (Read More)
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Here are 3 of the most significant tech projects on Kickstarter so far

April 20th - via: gdgtarena.com
While crowdfunding is older than the Statue of Liberty in New York — which incidentally needed crowdfunding from the American and French people — the advent of web 2.0 and internet-mediated platforms has caused crowdfunding to gain a lot of traction in the last few years. We all know that Kickstarter is the most prominent crowdfunding platform. Past year, the internet community has crowd funded lots of innovative tech projects. The Oculus Rift, Pebble, Ouya and more. But which of those are the most successful? (Read More)

Animators Seek 'Lost Treasure' Aid on Kickstarter

April 20th - via: animationmagazine.net
We don't normally post news items about Kickstarter campaigns — if we did, we'd just have to change the name of the magazine to Animation Kickstarter Magazine — but everyone once in a while one comes along with a pedigree worth noting. (Read More)

Metroidvania RPG 'Heart Forth, Alicia' Could Come To Wii U

April 20th - via: cinemablend.com
Joining the ranks of other noteworthy and nostalgia-inducing titles from the crowd-funding platform, is a title from Alonso Martin and crew called Heart Forth, Alicia . (Read More)
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How Kickstarter and Costumes Grew DC's Awesome Con [Photos]

April 20th - via: inthecapital.streetwise.co
Comic book, cosplay and pop culture geeks made a home in D.C. over the weekend. If you saw the crowds and wondered what was going on, the short answer is Awesome Con. The long answer involves a lot of hard work. (Read More)
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Survive, Because There Are Zombies in Zpocalypse: Survival

April 20th - via: cliqist.com
Kickstarter has plenty of zombie survival games. Some would even say too many, but for the person who hasn’t quite found the one for them, I present to you Zpocalypse: Survival. Borrowing concepts from roguelikes, tactical games, and stealth, Zpocalypse hopes to bring you the absolute finest in zombie-surviving madness, and it’s up to you to decide if this is the zombie game for you. What sets this apart is the already-established fanbase of the fantastic Zpocalypse tabletop game. Will Survival be a fitting successor? (Read More)

God of Blades Reviewed

April 20th - via: cliqist.com
I picked up God of Blades in a bundle recently, along with 30+ other games, having absolutely no idea at all what it was. I thought maybe it was your run-of-the-mill beat ‘em up, or maybe a weird God of War clone. Maybe it was an RTS game set in Rome, or a space exploration game with weapon crafting. Maybe it was a game where you dress up dolls in cute little bows and shit. I had no idea, so today I decided to go get an idea, and… Well, it’s an iOS game, so I don’t know how it got onto my computer, but it works, and it has controller support kinda, so I decided to give it a time because it’s Spring Break and I’m a nerd. How was it? Was it amazing? What kind of adorable outfits did I dress my virtual dolls up in? (Read More)

Let’s Go Camping! – Previewed

April 19th - via: cliqist.com
Imagine it, friends. Becoming one with nature. Breathing in that fresh, clean, mountain air, enjoying the woodsy woodsiness of the woods. Cooking by a nice, warm campfire (and maybe roasting some of those tasty marshmallows too). Sleeping outside, in the woods, where it’s pitch black, with only the light of the moon and the now dimming campfire. (Read More)
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One More Chance In Last Life

April 19th - via: cliqist.com
Ah, this beer. I can’t quite put my finger on it but I feel a little bit stronger. So many relied on these DNA-enhanced brewskis back in the day to give them a boost. Me, I merely drank them for the love of the taste. It always gave me something pleasant to think about. (Read More)
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Joe Williams Discusses Serpent in the Staglands

April 19th - via: cliqist.com
Joe Williams, of the husband and wife team at Whalenought Studios, recently took some time from his schedule to talk to us. We didn’t waste time talking about the weather or the Cubs’ unfortunate start to their season; instead we talked about videogames. Imagine that! More specifically we talked about the RPG he and his wife are making, Serpent in the Staglands. (Read More)
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Crowd Funding Spotlight: HellLA, Seeking Sublet & Cost of Living

April 19th - via: digitalchicktv.com
In the overabundance of crowd funding campaigns, how do you figure out what to fund? Well, I thought I’d make a few recommendations of shows created by women. In this group of shows, affording and surviving a city without losing your flipping mind is the theme. (Read More)
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