Kickstart This Shizz: Battle City - A Pokémon Inspired Art Show
Our friends over at PKMNCast.com have launched a Kickstarter campaign for a follow-up to their popular 649 Monsters art show. This new show, Battle City, will feature over 100 artists from around the world and the backer incentives include sweet deals like art prints, and even a hardcover book featuring every piece from the show complete with artist bios.
Campaign video below:
 
They’ve already murdered their $2,000 goal by pulling in over $7,000, but there’s still 24 days left to unlock some of the stretch goals. Kickstart this shizz here.

Kickstart This Shizz: Battle City - A Pokémon Inspired Art Show

Our friends over at PKMNCast.com have launched a Kickstarter campaign for a follow-up to their popular 649 Monsters art show. This new show, Battle City, will feature over 100 artists from around the world and the backer incentives include sweet deals like art prints, and even a hardcover book featuring every piece from the show complete with artist bios.

Campaign video below:

They’ve already murdered their $2,000 goal by pulling in over $7,000, but there’s still 24 days left to unlock some of the stretch goals. Kickstart this shizz here.

Kickstart This Shizz: Papa Behr

Papa Behr is a desktop companion in the form of a cybernetic samurai bear with magnetic armor and sword accessories. He’s also a USB drive.

The creators have already met their $20,000 goal on Kickstarter with an impressive 33 days left to go, but feel free to keep the donations rolling and score some of the sweet incentives!

Kickstart it HERE.

Kickstart This Shizz: Mario Warfare
Mario Warfare is a fan-made YouTube series set in the Mushroom Kingdom by Beat Down Boogie for the Call of Duty generation of gamers. They’ve already surpassed their $20,000 goal and made $27,750, but there’s still six days left to support them even more. Each episode involves enormous amounts of time and money, so they need all the help they can get. Here’s the official Kickstarter page.
And if you need a better reason to donate, check out the first two episodes of Mario Warfare below.
Mario Warfare Part 1.

Mario Warfare Part 2.

Kickstart This Shizz: Mario Warfare

Mario Warfare is a fan-made YouTube series set in the Mushroom Kingdom by Beat Down Boogie for the Call of Duty generation of gamers. They’ve already surpassed their $20,000 goal and made $27,750, but there’s still six days left to support them even more. Each episode involves enormous amounts of time and money, so they need all the help they can get. Here’s the official Kickstarter page.

And if you need a better reason to donate, check out the first two episodes of Mario Warfare below.

Mario Warfare Part 1.

Mario Warfare Part 2.

Kickstart This Shizz: GameStick - The Ultra-Portable $79 Gaming Console
PlayJam, the makers of casual and social games for Smart TV, have officially launched the Kickstarter page in support of their Android-based GameStick project. Upon launch, GameStick users will have access to an online store where smaller game developers will be able to make their games available to play on televisions across the world, free from the obstacles associated with getting their games hosted through PSN or Xbox LIVE Arcade.
Check out the video below to see the GameStick in action.

Between this and the Ouya, the home console gaming landscape seems to bee changing rather quickly. What do you guys think?

Kickstart This Shizz: GameStick - The Ultra-Portable $79 Gaming Console

PlayJam, the makers of casual and social games for Smart TV, have officially launched the Kickstarter page in support of their Android-based GameStick project. Upon launch, GameStick users will have access to an online store where smaller game developers will be able to make their games available to play on televisions across the world, free from the obstacles associated with getting their games hosted through PSN or Xbox LIVE Arcade.

Check out the video below to see the GameStick in action.

Between this and the Ouya, the home console gaming landscape seems to bee changing rather quickly. What do you guys think?

Kickstart This Shizz: LA Game Space

For the past few decades video games have challenged us, inspired us, brought us together, and, most of all, made us feel something. 

LA Game Space aims to serve as sort of a headquarters for experimental (a.k.a. “indie”) game design by hosting exhibitions, workshops, artist residencies for budding game developers, talks from guest speakers, and research labs.

There’s also some pretty huge names attached to this project like Adam Robezzoi (Attract Mode), Pendleton Ward (Adventure Time), Ben Esposito (Unfinished Swan), Chris Osborn (Bit.Trip Series), Eric Nakamura (Giant Robot), and more. 

This is a chance for us give back and help push the medium forward. The project is up on Kickstarter with a goal of $250,000. You can get a whopping 30 new games from top indie developers for only $15, and the incentives just get better from there.

Check out the official Kickstarter page for more: LA Game Space: A Place for Re-Imagining Video Games

Kickstart This Shizz: GameDock Turns Your iDevice Into A Full-Fledged Retro Gaming Console

The GameDock aims to combine the more tactile controls of the iCade with the TV connectivity of a home console. This right here, this is the future of gaming, dudes. One device that can be played on the go or hooked up to a TV for maximum gameage. It also supports all the same games as the iCade, which is A LOT, so yeah.

So far, the GameDock has made almost $11,000 of its $50,000 goal and there’s 45 days left to turn it into a real thing that I can skip work and play with my buds.

Kickstart this shizz NOW!

(via Engadget)

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