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Pathfinder: Kingmaker Developer Interview

May 25th - via: mmorpg.com
With Pathfinder: Kingmaker already in beta, the release of a brand new CRPG is surely imminent. After we dipped into Golarion for the first time, I had a chance to sit down and talk to Owlcat Games Creative Director, Alexander Mishulin, about the bringing this iconic table top game into the digital age. (Read More)
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Learn About Our Planet’s History with 3D Printed, Augmented Reality EARTH

May 25th - via: 3dprint.com
The Earth has undergone innumerable changes over its long lifetime, with continents melding and breaking apart, species appearing and disappearing, climate changing and then changing again. EARTH was created by AstroReality, the maker of LUNAR, a 3D printed model of the moon (Read More)

Plymouth Startup Hits the Road with Its Smart Motorcycle Helmets

May 25th - via: tcbmag.com
After a successful Kickstarter campaign in April, the tech company kicked off production in May. While Quin Helmets aren’t the only smart motorcycle helmets on the market, their design, technology and safety features are helping the startup stand out (Read More)
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Sequim gaming convention set for August

May 25th - via: peninsuladailynews.com
SEQUIM — A small group of gamers looks to bring fans of all ages across the North Olympic Peninsula together for a new gaming experience this August. (Read More)
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Crowdfunding: Women Face One Less Disadvantage In Business

May 24th - via: tun.com
Historically, female entrepreneurs have faced a disadvantage when seeking financial backing, but new research proves that perceived trustworthiness has made women more likely to gain financial support through crowdfunding platforms. (Read More)

“We Happy Few” Studio Asks For Time to Deal With Australia Ban

May 24th - via: variety.com
Compulsion Games asked Australian backers to give them some time to work through issues raised when the Australian Classification Board denied classification of their upcoming Kickstarter-funded title, “We Happy Few.” (Read More)

Looking for a drummer that won’t argue with you? Spider-like robot fits the bill

May 24th - via: wistv.com
The idea is simple: you play, sing or rap or otherwise produce music and Cabot will accompany you in the background by tapping out a handy rhythm to augment your jam session. (Read More)

Meet the Minis - Daughters of the Crucible

May 24th - via: techraptor.net
In our first meet the minis article, we take a look at Raging Heroes' Daughters of the Crucible and interview Benoit Guerville, the art director for Raging Heroes. We also have some exclusive news for Daughters of the Crucible fans and announce our next painting competition. (Read More)

A game of shtetls and dybbuks

Take Tevye’s shtetl. Add magic. Now, cast yourself and your friends in the role of Sholom Aleichem, making up the plot as you go along. That’s the basic premise of “Dream Apart,” a role-playing game created by writer Benjamin Rosenbaum (Read More)
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New idea to cross the creek revealed

May 24th - via: qchron.com
The wheels have begun to turn on a new project linking Long Island City and Greenpoint by a bridge only accessible to cyclists and pedestrians — but will they find traction? The Timber Bridge at Longpoint Corridor is a proposal to bypass one interborough connection in the city — the Pulaski Bridge — by creating one entirely anew. (Read More)

Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon delayed on all consoles.

May 24th - via: nerdbite.com
Koji Igarashi recently informed everyone, on the Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night page, that Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon will be delayed. Check out more details on the delay as well as how to access your copy of the game on Steam even if you backed the game on a console. (Read More)
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Darwin’s Choice Card Game Coming to Kickstarter Soon

May 24th - via: tabletopgamingnews.com
Nature is full of strange and wondrous creatures. I mean, if you’d never seen many of these creatures before, you’d have a hard time accepting that they were real. The giraffe, the blue whale, the platypus? All pretty crazy stuff. (Read More)

TURN IT DOWN

May 24th - via: lansingcitypulse.com
Lansing indie-rock legend Wally Pleasant hasn’t released an album in 14 years, but that may soon change. The “anti-folk” singer-songwriter is raising funds (and offering prizes) via Kickstarter.com to help fund the production of his upcoming seventh vinyl LP, “Happy Hour.” (Read More)
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Stuart Smith

May 24th - via: illinoistimes.com
Stuart just recorded a full-length album (titled War Horse) featuring his original songs that will be released on CD and vinyl with his brother Ben Smith as engineer, assisted by Michael Williams. (Read More)
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Iratus is about to Kickstart the Undead Revolt

May 24th - via: gamespace.com
Iratus is the titular antagonist of turn-based RPG Lord of the Undead, and a thoroughly unpleasant fellow. As a despicable lord of the underworld, you can raise minions to form your dungeon parties, sending them out to explore the furthest reaches of the world and learn the hard way. (Read More)
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Buy a mascara, save someone’s sight: Meet NZ makeup brand Indigo & Iris

May 24th - via: thespinoff.co.nz
After an impressive Kickstarter campaign last year, makeup brand and social enterprise Indigo & Iris have returned with the launch of its much anticipated online store last week. Jihee Junn talks to Indigo & Iris CEO Hannah Duder about its Levitate mascara, how it's helping to end avoidable (Read More)
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Finding a voice, faith, and Lowell

May 24th - via: lowellsun.com
[LOWELL, MA] - Morgan Minsk found her singing voice at a young age, then she found her faith. Eventually the Illinois native found her way to Lowell. (Read More)

James & Karla Murray Fundraising for 'Mom & Pop' Installation in Seward Park

May 24th - via: boweryboogie.com
Three months after first revealing their homage to the vanishing city, two prolific storefront chroniclers are raising money for its installation later this summer. Indeed, husband-wife artists James and Karla Murray just unveiled a Kickstarter campaign to help fund their Lower East Side mom-and-pop throwback. (Read More)

Wizard of Legend Surpasses 200k Copies Sold in First Week, More Arenas and Maps to Come

May 24th - via: twinfinite.net
In its first week, Wizard of Legend managed to sell over 200,000 copies across all platforms. The developers will be releasing more content later this year. (Read More)
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We Happy Few studio addresses the game's ban in Australia

May 24th - via: pcgamer.com
We Happy Few was refused classification by the Australian Classification Board earlier this week, meaning it won't be available to purchase in the country. Since then, the board has issued a statement to us about why it was banned (more on that later), and today studio Compulsion Games has advised players how they plan to address the situation. (Read More)

Short Film: The Looking Planet available to stream

May 23rd - via: parablevisions.com
The Looking Planet has picked up 45 film awards worldwide since release including Best Short Film, Best Animated Film, Best Visual Effects and more. (Read More)

Hal Hartley starts Kickstarter campaign to release his 'Long Island Trilogy' on DVD

May 23rd - via: newsday.com
Hal Hartley, the Lindenhurst-born independent filmmaker, plans to release his much-loved Long Island Trilogy as a DVD box set. Hartley is raising money for the three-disc collection — which will include “The Unbelievable Truth” (1989), “Trust” (1990) and “Simple Men” (1992) — through Kickstarter. (Read More)
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Martian Watches shuts down, remaining mVoice G2 watches will not be shipped

May 23rd - via: androidpolice.com
Martian Watches is a wearables company founded in 2007, most known for its mVoice line of hybrid smartwatches. We reviewed the original mVoice in early 2017, and later that year, the company launched a Kickstarter for the second-gen model. (Read More)

Blog: Springfield game maker returns with pun-heavy Kickstarter

May 23rd - via: sbj.net
Hebanon Games owner Caleb Stokes launches a crowdfunding campaign for Party Fowl: The Game of Drunk Ducks. (Read More)

Here's What to Do if You Missed Out on 'Hellboy: The Board Game' Kickstarter

May 23rd - via: geekdad.com
Chances are that you did, because it covered its goal in 18 minutes flat. Of course, all early bird prices are completely sold out, so here are a few suggestions. (Read More)
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Record Review: On No Excuses, Nance Has His Eye on the Next Level

May 23rd - via: indyweek.com
The Dutch producer teams up with the adventurous Raleigh trio for a record that toes the line between slick and a snoozefest. (Read More)

Life Size Bodega Installation to Honor Lower East Side Storefronts, Kickstarter Campaign Launches

May 23rd - via: untappedcities.com
Photographers James & Karla Murray have launched a Kickstarter campaign to make their life-size disappearing storefront installation on the Lower East Side a reality. (Read More)

BLUEGRASS RAMBLERS: Into the Fog play Lawn Chair Bluegrass Blowout, talk Telluride doc and EP fundraiser

May 22nd - via: encorepub.com
Into the Fog’s band of merry multi-instrumentalists is heading into a haze of performances and endeavors this summer. Into the Fog also will be raising funds via Kickstarter for a documentary they’re making while traveling to compete in Colorado’s Telluride Bluegrass Festival, June 21-24 (Read More)

Somali farmers' food truck dream is closer to reality

May 22nd - via: newscentermaine.com
[LEWISTON, ME] - Food is a universal language that brings people together, and a food truck in Lewiston will soon serve up success. Thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign, it will be a first of its kind food truck in Maine. (Read More)
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Wickedbone is the smart cure for your dogs boredom

May 22nd - via: the-gadgeteer.com
If you’re a dog owner you know how important it is to stimulate your pooch on a daily basis. You can take them for walks or to the local dog park but what do you do when you’re not home? (Read More)

We Happy Few Banned In Australia Due To Drug Use

May 22nd - via: techraptor.net
Upcoming indie survival adventure We Happy Few has been banned in Australia. The Australian Department of Communications and the Arts has given the game a "refused classification" rating, which will make distributing or purchasing the game in Australia illegal. (Read More)

How two Brisbane photographers convinced Glen Richards and Andrew Banks to invest in lifelike baby mannequins (and upset Steve Baxter along the way)

May 22nd - via: smartcompany.com.au
[BRISBANE, AU] - Stand In Baby founders Sandra and Brendon Moffatt admit they entered Shark Tank with a “ super left field” product and they expected to walk out empty handed. (Read More)
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Soulsborne-Inspired Sci-Fi Adventure DOLMEN Resumes Crowdfunding

May 22nd - via: onlysp.com
Following the failure of its Kickstarter campaign earlier this month, DOLMEN has resumed its crowdfunding efforts, this time via Crytivo. (Read More)
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Bloxvox straps over your mouth to keep conversations private

May 22nd - via: slashgear.com
Bloxvox, a contraption you hold and/or strap to your face, wants to help quiet down the open office workspace, enable phone conversations in libraries, and keep private details private. (Read More)
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Stoneshard Kickstarter Goal Has Been Reached, A New RPG is Coming

May 22nd - via: playstationlifestyle.net
In the works at Stains Games and published by HypeTrain Digital, Stoneshard is on the way. The creators of the game have proudly announced they have fulfilled the Stoneshard Kickstarter goal. (Read More)

Help Us Bring DCist Back — Support Our Kickstarter

May 22nd - via: wamu.org
[WASHINGTON, DC] - DCist is gearing up for its relaunch and we need support from readers like you. Earlier this year, WAMU acquired the beloved local news site. (Read More)
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A Documentary About New Orleans Jazz Funerals Is Seeking Funding

May 22nd - via: offbeat.com
City of a Million Dreams aims to tell "the powerful untold history of jazz funerals and burial traditions in New Orleans." (Read More)
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Kickstarter Alert: 'Seals of Cthulhu'

May 22nd - via: geekdad.com
We’ve all been there: it’s a Friday evening, you want to go home, throw on sweatpants, and watch Netflix, but those oh-so-pesky cultists next door just have to summon an elder god tonight. So instead of bingeing on hot wings and House of Cards, you’ve got to keep the world from ending at least one more night. (Read More)
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Black Tape For A Blue Girl kickstart 12th album ‘To Touch the Milky Way’

May 22nd - via: side-line.com
The 7 tracks on the album span styles “ranging from ethereal darkwave to dream-pop to austere textural ambient passages accompanied by wonderful vocals from Danielle and Michael” says Sam Rosenthal. (Read More)

Thanks to this robot, musicians can now play with themselves in their bedroom

May 22nd - via: thenextweb.com
Just when you think you’ve seen it all, someone goes and invents a cajón-playing robot and launches it on Kickstarter. (Read More)

10,200 people gave this Kickstarter start-up for 3-D headphones nearly $3 million. They have nothing to show for it.

May 22nd - via: washingtonpost.com
The company, Ossic, told its backers that it wouldn't be delivering any remaining orders and was shutting down immediately. (Read More)

Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: Let's Get Dicey With 'Herbaceous Sprouts'

May 22nd - via: geekdad.com
It’s time to plant herbs again! But this time, we’re all planting in a community garden, and competition is fierce for the best planting spots. Things are getting a little dicey… (Read More)

Eaglance Inc. Announces Launch of Kickstarter for 'Hardcore Medieval MMO' - The Flower of Knighthood

May 22nd - via: mmorpg.com
The Flower of Knighthood News - Eaglance Inc. has sent word that it has officially started the KickStarter campaign for its hardcore medieval MMORPG, The Flower of Knighthood. The goal is to raise $600,000 in the next month in order to fund the development of the game that lets players "immerse themselves in the atmosphere of Europe's mid-fourteenth to early fifteenth centuries...based on a concept of maximum realism and historical accuracy in gameplay". (Read More)
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Crowdfunders Left Hanging By 3D Headphone Startup's Abrupt Closure

May 22nd - via: opb.org
After delivering devices to only about 80 investors who’d paid at least $999 to for the “Developer/Innovator” rewards level on Kickstarter, Ossic announced Saturday it had run out of money — leaving the more than 10,000 other backers with nothing but lighter wallets. (Read More)

Crusaders Kings The Board Game Funded On Kickstarter: Here's What To Expect

May 22nd - via: techtimes.com
Paradox Interactive confirmed that 'Crusader Kings' will get a tabletop version. The crowdfunding campaign is available on Kickstarter with an estimated delivery date set in November 2018. (Read More)

Ovie Launches Kickstarter Campaign to Help Fend Off Food Waste

May 22nd - via: thespoon.tech
My wife spent a good chunk of the weekend cleaning out our fridge, tossing old, hardened pizza slices, suspicious containers of refried beans (?) and some pasta that was made two weeks back -- or was it three? In addition to being a shameful waste of food, this exercise highlighted how a system like the Ovie could come in handy in our kitchen. (Read More)

When you need to move heavy items, the Dozop dolly is your friend

May 22nd - via: thegadgetflow.com
When you’re moving house or just returning from a tour of IKEA, heavy items can be difficult to move. This versatile dolly provides a back-saving alternative. (Read More)

'Feeling Seen' Is a Documentary Showcasing Queer Women in Television

May 22nd - via: studybreaks.com
Just because there have been improvements doesn’t mean the LGBT community can’t push for even more representation. It’s clear that the world is in desperate need of accurate interpretations of queer women in film and television. (Read More)

This car-free bridge from Brooklyn to Queens needs your help

May 21st - via: metro.us
An ambitious project by a Brooklyn firm aims to create a green corridor from Greenpoint to Long Island City, starting with the car-free Timber Bridge. “We can't raise the funds needed to actually build the bridge through crowdfunding,” Aizaki admits, “but $50K will help us to further work on feasibility, engineering and planning.” (Read More)

Dynamite Unveils J. Scott Campbell Dejah Thoris Statue

May 21st - via: bleedingcool.com
Dynamite's latest Women of Dynamite statue is Dejah Thoris based on J. Scott Campbell's art for Warlord of Mars #1 and comes in three variations. (Read More)

Become an amoral AI in Smart Home

May 21st - via: pcgamer.com
Is Alexa more dangerous than Skynet? Smart Home is a game about self-aware home automation AI with an agenda. (Read More)

People surprised when giving money to strangers on the internet doesn’t work out

May 21st - via: bgr.com
Kickstarter has gone from being a niche platform for making funky smartwatches to a multi-billion-dollar industry that seemingly sells every smartphone accessory on the planet. (Read More)

Moxie, First Smartphone for Dogs gets validation on Kickstarter

May 21st - via: nbc-2.com
The first of its kind, Moxie was developed to ensure peace of mind for all dog owners when they are unable to be physically present before their pet. Most importantly, our device will allow you to stay closer to your furry friend whenever you wish to be through multiple live video calls throughout the day. (Read More)

One Day Left To Get Your Copy Of CIA: Collect It All On Kickstarter!

May 21st - via: techdirt.com
If you haven't yet heard about CIA: Collect It All, here's the short version: the CIA recently declassified a top secret card game that it uses to train new recruits, and we're making a version that you can play at home. (Read More)
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After tens of thousands of pre-orders, 3D audio headphones startup Ossic disappears

May 21st - via: techcrunch.com
Many Ossic backers are understandably upset after spending at minimum $200 to back Ossic and receive a pair of Ossic X headphones. There’s now an Ossic X Class Action Lawsuit Facebook group, where backers have gathered to discuss ways to talk to the team to get their headphones or pursue legal action through class action lawsuit. (Read More)

Hand-Drawn Platformer Escape Doodland Hits Kickstarter Goal With No Time to Spare

May 21st - via: dualshockers.com
With the games quirky, well-defined sense of self, Escape Doodland looks to be one of the more inspired efforts by Polish publisher PlayWay. The hand-crafted, hand-drawn platformer Escape Doodland receives funding and will be heading to PC, Mac, and iOS (missing PS4 and Switch ports). (Read More)
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Is Hide or Die Coming to PS4 and Xbox One?

May 21st - via: psu.com
Find out the latest news on Hide or Die PS4 release and Xbox One. The horror royale game is coming to Steam with a release date planned for October and a beta in the Autumn. There's also some good news for console gamers as the game is currently being tested. (Read More)

Local satirical board game 'The Singaporean Dream' to launch crowdfunding campaign this week

May 21st - via: coconuts.co
A new hyper-local card game that's highly relatable to all Singaporean millennials wants to vie for a place in your shelves. (Read More)

Black Tape for a Blue Girl InterView: Making Now More Exciting

May 21st - via: regenmag.com
Rosenthal speaks with ReGen Magazine with a Kickstarter campaign now underway for the twelfth album from Black Tape for a Blue Girl, To Touch the Milky Way. Here, he invites us into his artistic and musical vision, the relationship between the audio and the visual, the numerous collaborators taking part in the album’s creation, the presentation of the vinyl format, and more. (Read More)

ADIFF looks like a jacket, but it's also a tent

May 21st - via: thegadgetflow.com
When you’re trekking in the wild, every extra pound in your backpack is unwelcome. This wearable tent removes some of the burden, while also providing protection from the elements. (Read More)
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