XMODULE is a futuristic racing game that’s just launched on Kickstarter. It’s built around the idea of constantly making your initially chosen vehicle better and better – starting off with a basic car “module” and snapping on a whole bunch of different possible parts to customise it to your liking before sending it out to race over a bunch of really nice looking tracks.
The game has a particularly interesting trick up its sleeve, however – every part will come with its own 3D printer compatible file, and if you’re one of the lucky buggers who actually owns one you’ll have the ability to take the 3D model of your fully assembled car and 3D print it to get a physical version of your in-game vehicle. As the Kickstarter page describes it:
You won’t be able to create your car only onscreen but also physically. … As you progress through the game, you unlock more and more car parts and everytime a new part is available, you can also have access to the 3D files. In this way, you will hold in your hands the model you have created.
XMODULE’s Kickstarter page can be found here, where you can find more information about the project alongside a whole bunch of gameplay Gifs.