From Kickstarter to IndieGoGo, find all of the latest news and features on video game, tech, and nerdy crowdfunding campaigns n3rdabl3 finds interesting.
A Kickstarter campaign for Indie Pogo has just launched. The game is set up as a Super Smash Bros. style game for indies. Developer...
Cyanide & Happiness, the hugely popular comic strips created by Explosm are to be turned into a video game, thanks to a new campaign on...
SWERY, mostly known for oddball detective game Deadly Premonition and episodic adventure game D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die has started a crowdfunding campaign on...
Kickstarter has unveiled Kickstarter Gold a new limited initiative that will bring back 60 of the most memorable creators in Kickstarter history, back once...
UK company KNOMO has launched a brand new Kickstarter campaign for #LiveFree, a "24/7 backpack" that'll keep not only you, but your gadgets juiced up, too.
Available on IndieGoGo, the SwitchCharge hopes to fix two big problems with the Nintendo Switch, the terrible battery life, and the flimsy kickstand.
Today the Kickstarter campaign for Beacon has launched offering consumers the chance to grab something that could potentially change their quality of life.
With the rise of the smart home many companies are hoping to offer cutting edge tech which often comes with a clunky hub you'll need to shove into a wall outlet at some point. There's nothing really stylish about smart home tech, sure your room can glow purple whenever you start watching Netflix, but it's hardly a center piece to wrap up a room.
Currently sitting at a tasty 12,267 backers pledging $5,643,130 - a cheeky 5643% - Kingdom Death: Monster 1.5 isn't going to break records, it's going to shatter them and grind the fragments into powder.
While you'll often find me drooling over the DJI Osmo Mobile, you'll likely never find one in my hands. I just can't quite justify paying almost £300 for a fancy selfie stick. However, in comes the Vimble S, a new smartphone gimbal that's just launched on Kickstarter which costs just $179 (around £150).
Deciding what music to listen to when you go about your day is usually the hardest part other than actually getting up and doing the thing you're supposed to do. So what if your headphones could do that hard work for you based entirely on your own heart beat? Well, the Actywell ONE headphones can do just that.
While smartwatches seem to becoming all the rage at the moment, there are still several companies putting their all into watches which do the one thing watches were designed to do: Tell the time. EONIQ is one of those companies and today they've launched an IndieGoGo campaign for a pair of watches which you can fully customise.
We've had Batman vs. Superman, now it's probably time for X-Men vs. Aliens, but then again this is Fox, so I think the idea I'm about to share with you will probably remain a dizzy daydream.
In a delightfully light-hearted display of reverence and parody, Dawn of the Devs brings many industry leaders from behind the keyboard to onto the screen.
Das Keyboard has launched a brand new Kickstarter campaign for the Das Keyboard 5Q, and while it may look like any ordinary mechanical keyboard, it comes with some cloud-connected features.