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Signal Boost! Kickstarter Round Up!

June 3rd, 2015 by Irwin Fletcher Comments

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Dimesion drive


Dimension drive relaunched their project and here’s the promised Signal Boost!

Dimension Drive is a comic book-styled space adventure set in a multidimensional universe. It features a unique teleportation mechanic that allows you to fight on two battlefields at once, and gameplay combining frantic shooting, defense and fast puzzling action. You can click the picture above to get a free demo of the game or click through the KS on the video to go throw some money at them 🙂

JACS Junior Adaptive Carrier System


I’m of an age where many of my nerd companions are producing their own padawans. the JACs is  what happens when one of those nerds gets fed up with the inadequacy’s of daddy powered baby transportation. Based on a military load carrying principles  JACs is a tactical baby and equipment carrying travel solutionthis looks perfect for the Nerd daddy on the go. Suitable for use with padawans aged 3months to 3 years and designed to European safety specifications this looks a great package to back. 🙂

Imbue – The Magnetic Tea Infusing Vessel

Dice and tea really seem to be the flavour of the month on Kickstarter! Here’s a rather simple way of having your fancy loose leaf tea on the go. Simple but effective, it’s one of those projects that makes you wish that you’d thought of it yourself

And Finally:

Evil Dead: The Musical

Yeah you read that right! They’re looking for very little, mainly to pay for the licenses

Evil Dead: The Musical combines the antics of the movies Evil Dead, Evil Dead II: Dead by Dawn, and Army of Darkness. What those movies lacked, of course, was musical numbers.

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