A new interactive gaming system has been launched via Kickstarter this month called Joyscube, providing a video game with the physical and social interactivity of a board game. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the unique gaming system designed by Mark Ding.
Joyscube is equipped with Bluetooth connection enabling you to connect with Windows 10 PC systems or Android mobile devices providing a HD gaming experience while using the cubes as controllers. Joyscube is also VR compatible and can be used with Lego bricks to build steering wheels and various custom controllers if desired.
Earlybird pledges are available from £98 or roughly $120 offering a considerable saving off the recommended retail price which will take effect once the Kickstarter campaign comes to an end. If all progresses smoothly worldwide shipping is expected to take place during December 2019.
“Joyscube is designed to be interactive and portable itself, so that you can share the fun with your family and friends anytime at anywhere. The cubes are equipped with somatosensory technology and touch screen. The cubes will form unique interactions when moved, tilted, rotated, shaken, or placed together. A set of Joyscube includes a base and three cubes, additional cubes can be purchased separately. Joyscube can connect up to 12 cubes and game functions expand as more cubes are added. You can share the cubes with friends to complete the game together or choose to play against each other in a multiplayer game.”
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