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Astralis teams up with Blux to develop blue light glasses

June 11th - via: esportsinsider.com
European organisation Astralis has partnered with glasses manufacturer Blux to develop a range of four blue light glasses designed for gamers. The glasses are available to purchase on Kickstarter, with certain pledges offering product discounts. (Read More)

Kabuto Trunk is a Modern Suitcase You Can Secure with a Fingerprint

June 11th - via: entrepreneur.com
If you’d rather not spend your time fumbling around with four-digit codes, Kabuto Luggage has a new product on Kickstarter you might want to look into. It’s called the Kabuto Trunk x Backpack, first and foremost because it’s designed to be paired with an accompanying backpack extension you can append and remove from the front on the fly. (Read More)

[COMING SOON] 6: Siege - Disarming Bombs and Saving Hostages in Mythic's Latest Tabletop Game

June 11th - via: kick.agency
The Rainbow unit known from the novel by Tom Clancy has a solid place established in pop culture. It starred in various media including dozens of video games for over 23 years and there are some talks about a movie. A 2015 video game called Rainbow Six: Siege has allowed the franchise to reach whole new levels of popularity and became one of the top tactical shooters available on the market. (Read More)

Me Next launches Kickstarter for “groundbreaking” 3D printed sneaker

June 10th - via: 3dprintingindustry.com
Hong Kong-based footwear design start-up Me Next has announced the launch of an eponymously-named sneaker with “groundbreaking” shock absorption capabilities. Based around an aerospace-inspired 3D printed buffering structure, the firm’s sporty new footwear is designed to absorb impacts during exercise, protecting wearers from injury and fatigue. (Read More)

Crazy Adventures and a Looming Apocalypse Awaits You in Pinoy-made Tabletop RPG ‘ARC’

June 10th - via: sea.ign.com
ARC is a rules-light, tension-heavy tabletop RPG where humble heroes rise to slay the apocalypse. ARC is not tied to a setting and can be adapted to the player’s favourite world, even their own unique creation and method of ending the world. (Read More)
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Go Faster aims to bring levelling-up to the real world with jerseys unlocked by going faster

June 9th - via: cyclingweekly.com
British start-up Go Faster aims to bring Zwift-style levelling-up to the real world with jerseys made from recycled fabrics that can only be unlocked and purchased once riders have reached a target average speed, evidenced by Strava data. Go Faster claims it is taking sustainability further than other cycling kit producers with its approach and uses 100 per cent post-consumer waste recycled materials and environmentally friendly manufacturing processes. (Read More)

[COMING SOON] Detained: Too Good for School is a punk-rock RPG brawler headed to Kickstarter

June 9th - via: destructoid.com
Publisher Thermite Games, alongside indie outfit O.T.K., (of The Vagrant fame), has announced plans to open a crowdfunding campaign for a new hyper-kinetic RPG/brawler. Detained: Too Good for School is currently in development for PC, and will be looking for contributions on Kickstarter very soon. (Read More)

Mouse-Controlled Precision Platforming with Cyjin Kickstarter Demo

June 9th - via: hardcoregamer.com
It’s hard to imagine Mario, Super Meat Boy, Sonic or just about any other 2D platformer controlling as well without the familiar gamepad, but Cyjin: The Cyborg Ninja gives up not just that familiar tool but doesn’t even use the keyboard. Instead Cyjin controls with the mouse specifically, using it and its two button to dash, attack, and block through a precision-platformer that’s every bit as serious about killing the player as any game in the genre. (Read More)

ATONCE portable coffee grinder and coffee maker in one $99

June 9th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
ATONCE is a new compact coffee grinder and coffeemaker allowing you to experience your favorite brew wherever you may be, at any time. The palm size portable five in one coffeemaker has launched via Kickstarter this week and already blasted past its required pledge goal with still 39 days remaining. (Read More)

The CharisMic is a magnetic lapel mic that doesn't ruin your clothes

June 9th - via: diyphotography.net
There are two options for mounting the microphone, thanks to the clip which contains a magnet. You can then hide the microphone underneath your clothing, which is then sandwiched between it and the badge containing another magnet on the outside. Alternatively, you can place a magnet underneath your clothing and have the microphone visible on the outside. (Read More)

AZIO IZO Collection includes colourful keyboards and office accessories

June 8th - via: techaeris.com
Mac and PC compatible, the keyboards come with hybrid OS keycaps, volume and backlight control, PBT doubleshot keycaps with laser-etched characters, and Gateron Blue mechanical switches. The keyboards can be used wirelessly over Bluetooth for over a year on a single charge or with the included USB cable in wired mode. (Read More)

California brand launches 3D-printed bike helmet with crowdfunding campaign

June 8th - via: bicycleretailer.com
KAV Sports, which has been selling a custom 3D-printed hockey helmet since last fall, is launching a 3D-printed bike helmet with a crowdfunding campaign that began Tuesday. The company said the helmet's construction offers custom fit while minimizing bulk for improved aerodynamics and lightness. (Read More)
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Frogun is a 3D platformer that oozes retro in the best possible way

June 8th - via: nintendoenthusiast.com
Publisher Top Hat Studios and developer Molegato have announced retro 3D platformer Frogun for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC, currently seeking funding on Kickstarter. (Read More)
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Once More Into the Void is an emotionally fraught RPG

June 8th - via: dicebreaker.com
Like Firebrands, Once More Into the Void gives players a knot of connections between each other that will act as both ammunition and armour in roleplayed scenes. Each player takes turns choosing a minigame that will test the characters’ connection and mettle, burning through precious loyalty tokens to make sure everyone survives without too many scars. (Read More)
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[COMING SOON] Green Hell: The Board Game is nearing its Kickstarter campaign

June 8th - via: invisioncommunity.co.uk
Green Hell: The Board Game offers players a high level of gameplay unpredictability thanks to its innovative system of ever-expanding jungle creation based on a modular, semi-random map setup. (Read More)

Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: 'Space Kraken' Is a Self-Contained Adventure Game

June 8th - via: geekdad.com
Space Kraken is a sci-fi dungeon crawl game for 1 to 4 players, ages 14 and up, and takes about 45 minutes to play. It’s currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, with a pledge level of €39 (about $48USD) for a copy of the game, with other tiers available for a PDF version or deluxe editions. Space Kraken was designed by Markus Geiger and published by 3DARTLAB, with illustrations by Paul F. (Read More)
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myVolts ReVolt Bridge to Add USB Power To Battery-Powered Devices

June 7th - via: selector.news
Ireland-based myVolts has launched a Kickstarter campaign for ReVolt Bridge, a USB-powered battery alternative for portable music devices and other gadgets. The ReVolt Bridge is a battery-shaped adapter that sits in the compartment of devices that use AAA, AA, C or D batteries. From there, a DC power jack with a USB connector cable powers the ReVolt. Many USB sources can then power the Revolt, such as laptop ports, mobile power banks and even USB solar cells. (Read More)

Skeler Boy is now live on Kickstarter

June 7th - via: gamefreaks365.com
Skeler Boy is a pixel-art horror atmospheric game inspired by 1970s and 1980s films such as The Exorcist, The Shining, and Neverending Story. To have an authentic 3D experience, the game may be played with old 3D glasses with red and green lenses that were popular in the 1990s. (Read More)

The Domina Anthology 2: Now on Kickstarter!

June 7th - via: japanimegames.com
The new anthology features three titles produced by Domina Games and published in English by Japanime Games. The series is famous for its gorgeous, anime-gothic style art and “Worlds of Mystery” - each game plays differently, but all use cards, tokens, and meeples with players attempting to accomplish a goal, whether it’s buying safe passage off a sinking island in Pralaya or discovering the secrets of a dream world in Miraris. (Read More)

#753 – Overstocked [Preview]

June 7th - via: whatsericplaying.com
In Overstocked, it’s the 90s. While you’re adjusting to that, you’ve got toys to warehouse! You need to keep the most popular items in stock while keeping track of the general hype. If you have too little stock, you’re missing out on the big wave of popularity! If a toy becomes too popular, it’s going to peak and the value of it will come crashing down. Do you have what it takes to weather the rough seas of 90s toy crazes? (Read More)

Diesel3 MagSafe fast charge wireless charging stand (final hours)

June 7th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
A new wireless charging stand has launched via Kickstarter this month with the aim of raising funds to make the jump from concept into production. The Diesel3 has been created to provide users with a fast charge wireless charging stand capable of charging your iPhone, Apple Watch and Airpods simultaneously. (Read More)

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