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Rocket the world's fastest top-down resin 3D printer

January 14th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
Rocket resin 3D printer3D printing intricate designs can take quite some time on both a resin or filament 3D printer, however Hitry has created the world’s fastest top-down resin 3D printer aptly named the Rocket 1. The Rocket 1 3D printer has a printing speed of 380mm/h and an axis resolution of 35μm XY and 1μm in the Z-axis, offering high resolution printing at an affordable price. (Read More)

[COMING SOON] Roll meeples to build skyscrapers in next game from Mystic Vale designer

January 13th - via: dicebreaker.com
Called Rolling Heights, the game has two to four players taking the role of general contractors operating during the 1920s, an era that’s famous for the construction of skyscrapers. With great ambitions for career-advancement and renown, players will need to take their chances in order to acquire what they need to succeed. (Read More)

Hammock Holdall moves the bulky gear out of tired campers' pockets

January 13th - via: newatlas.com
If you're an avid camper, there's a good chance that you carry a lot of gear in your pockets, and that you use a hammock. The Hammock Holdall was created for such people, as it provides off-hammock storage for all your awkward stuff. (Read More)

Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: Lead Your Clan to Victory in 'Yucatan'

January 13th - via: geekdad.com
Yucatan is a confrontation game for 2-4 players, ages 14 and up, and takes about 60 minutes to play. It’s currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, with a pledge level of $80 for a copy of the game. Yucatan was designed by Guillaume Montiage and published by Matagot Editions, with illustrations by Karl Fitzgerald. (Read More)
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[COMING SOON] Set a Watch publisher reveals pirate board game, Seas of Havoc

January 12th - via: dicebreaker.com
Taking place during the height of piracy, Seas of Havoc is an upcoming board game that pits players against each other as captains of their own pirate ships. Throughout the game, each player moves their own ship meeple across a grid board encountering and doing battle with other ships along the way. Players will have a unique ability depending upon whichever pirate captain card they take at the beginning of the game. (Read More)

D&D’s Mimic monsters take centre stage in RPG supplement

January 12th - via: dicebreaker.com
A supplement designed to be used with fantasy roleplaying games such as D&D 5E, Mimics, An Unnecessary Work features a collection of ideas to help dungeon masters and games masters to add the deceptive monsters into their RPG campaigns and one-shots. Rather than just having the classic creature occupy a room in a dungeon, awaiting some poor hapless adventuring party to stumble across it, Mimics, An Unnecessary Work introduces some more creative methods of utilising the iconic monster. (Read More)

Alien and The Thing given homage in expansion for horror game Final Girl

January 12th - via: dicebreaker.com
Survive against murderous aliens in deep space and at a outpost in Antarctica in the latest set of expansions released for horror board game Final Girl. The Final Girl Series 2 set includes five different Feature Film boxes for players to combine with their copy of the core Final Girl release. Each box contains a different killer, two different playable characters, a location board and the various cards unique to that scenario. (Read More)
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Dualbell system lets dumbbells double as barbell weights

January 12th - via: newatlas.com
If someone is serious about weightlifting, they'll typically buy one or more sets of dumbbells, a barbell, and multiple weight plates for the barbell. The new Dualbell system, however, allows existing dumbbells to take the place of the plates, saving space and money. (Read More)

[COMING SOON] Wheels are in motion for If Fusion Were That Easy

January 12th - via: adventuregamers.com
We're wisely told to "follow the science" these days, but this notion will take on a whole different meaning in If Fusion Were That Easy, an upcoming point-and-click adventure from Golden Coin Games that will soon be coming to Kickstarter. (Read More)

[COMING SOON] Linux-based Standalone VR Headset Boasts PC Specs with a Price to Match

January 12th - via: roadtovr.com
SimulaVR, the startup behind its own open-source VR Linux distro, is creating a VR headset that aims to bring the full power of a PC to the standalone format. The powerful little standalone is definitely going to cost a pretty penny though, as it’s set to include a detachable compute unit featuring the guts of an Intel 11th gen NUC, which sports a Core i7 mobile processor. (Read More)

Small Press Spotlight: DAYBREAK! launches on Kickstarter

January 12th - via: comicsbeat.com
This week in the Small Press Spotlight, we turn our attention to a new campaign on Kickstarter that has already gained a ton of steam at the time of this writing after just a few days. Daybreak! from Keith Champagne and Stefan Tosheff and published through New Pain Productions offers a new superhero series filled with action, optimism, and a fresh exciting tale for fans of the genre. (Read More)
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Some insight into Kolchak graphic novel from editor James Aquilone

January 12th - via: aiptcomics.com
Moonstone Books is celebrating a cult classic with a Kickstarter campaign for KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER 50TH ANNIVERSARY GRAPHIC NOVEL. Now live on Kickstarter, this all-new, 100+ page graphic novel will feature 10 stories chronicling the life of monster-hunting reporter Carl Kolchak. Sounds cool, but wait till you hear about the creatives involved. (Read More)

Unique headphones engineered for Heavy Metal music

January 12th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
Heavy Metal musicians and enthusiasts may be interested in a new pair of unique headphones specifically engineered for listening to Heavy Metal music. The aptly named Heavys Headphones offer 2 frequency ranges and 8 dynamic drivers so you can listen to metal the way it’s meant to be heard, say its creators. (Read More)

Final Girl Series 2 Hits Kickstarter and Completely Funds

January 12th - via: comicbook.com
Final Girl Series 1 from Van Ryder Games has been something of a phenomenon, delivering a tabletop experience that embodies the tone of classic horror franchises like Nightmare on Elm Street while also offering rewarding solo gameplay. It even captured the retro aesthetic of some of those films with adventures being depicted as Features with different survivors, and now Van Ryder Games is back with Final Girl Series 2, which is now live on Kickstarter, and the good news is that Final Girl Series 2 has already completely funded on the first day with over $700,000 so far and 22 days left to go in the campaign. (Read More)
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Kemet creator’s latest mythological board game hits Kickstarter later today

January 11th - via: dicebreaker.com
Set in ancient Colombia, during the Mayan civilisation, Yucatan sees players becoming rival leaders of their own cities. In the hopes of gaining the favour of the gods for their people and protecting them from their wrath, the players will need to make sacrifices, acquire fortune and take control of rival cities. (Read More)
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[COMING SOON] Legend of Zelda-style dungeons come to D&D and other tabletop RPGs in puzzle adventure Aberrant Reflections

January 11th - via: dicebreaker.com
Aberrant Reflections was created by designer directsun as an attempt to make puzzles in tabletop roleplaying games more than an “afterthought”, drawing inspiration from the more complex puzzle-solving seen in the Zelda games and ‘Metroidvania’ genre, named for the Metroid and Castlevania series of video games. (Read More)

Halo wall hanging iPad case and mount hits Kickstarter

January 11th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
Halo is a new iPad case designed to enable you to revolutionize how you use and view your iPad around your home or office. The Halo offers a unique patent pending way to easily mount your iPad to a wall or surface. The Halo iPad case attaches magnetically to the Halo mount, which can be stuck to your desired wall location thanks to its strong adhesive sticker. (Read More)
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