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By Kazuo1G (Via: Kickstarter)
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Obduction is a new game in development from Cyan, the original creators of 1993's CD-ROM game phenomenon of Myst. Their Kickstarter currently has TWO DAYS LEFT, and only have approx. $140,000 TO GO to complete their base funding. Their teaser story? You, the player, find a strange seed pod which whisks you away to a completely different place, with no foreknowledge of this new world, or any obvious way to get home. Your job? Find out what has happened, what the secret of this seed pod is, and try to find your way home. If you miss the 1990's style of click and point adventures, this game is for you!

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Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a "realistic single-player RPG set in the medieval Europe. Open-world sandbox with period accurate melee combat. Dungeons & no Dragons." Get more info here!

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One of the game's original creators, Greg Johnson, is seeking funding on Kickstarter to bring back beloved funky 90s game Toejam and Earl.

The new game will be reminiscent of the first Toejam and Earl, with "fixed isometric camera, 2D sprites, simple controls, and an emphasis on coop play."  Development is currently focused only on PC, though the team hopes to expand that to more platforms in the future.

Check out the Kickstarter here.

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By Wolfe Glick (Via: Kickstarter)
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Hey guys! My name is Wolfe Glick, and I'm the two time US Pokemon National Champion. We're working on a documentary for Pokemon VGC, to showcase what makes Pokemon really special and to make a film that all Pokemon fans can enjoy. Check our our Kickstarter!

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Shut up and take my credits!

Canadian LARP weaponry company Calimacil is Kickstarting epic foam lightsabers that both light up beautifully and are safe to whap your friends with! In addition to lighting up, their more advanced models utilize motion reactive sounds, so you won't even have to make your own noises.

The Kickstarter price for a basic light-up saber starts at $225 and heads upwards of $450 for one with sounds and multiple colors, but that's a pretty small price to pay for feeling like a real force user, right?

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