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Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: Portals of Pangaea™ – A Tabletop RPG-ish Adventure!

There are so many tabletop games that I see which I truly want to play but never do. This week we feature another great example with the RPG-ish adventure Portals of Pangaea. Make sure you do the smart thing and check out the Kickstarter page to help this adventure come to life.

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: Out Of The Attic: A Teddy Bear Adventure Comic

Every story has a beginning and in turn, deserves to have an ending. For some time, we’ve followed along with Tristan the Teddy Bear and the Cuddly Defenders. These guys would love your help to complete their tale in Out Of The Attic: A Teddy Bear Adventure Comic. There’s quite a few neat rewards, including adorable plushies, so check out the Kickstarter now for yours.

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: Blue Balls: Pin-Up Calendar for Testicular Cancer Awareness

No, you’re definitely not seeing things, that is in fact the name of this week’s spotlight. While a little out of the norm for us, the Blue Balls: Pin-Up Calendar for Testicular Cancer Awareness is a geeky project going towards a good cause. Do your part in the fight against cancer and check out the Kickstarter page.

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: Vessels #2: The Traitor and the Bear

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This week’s feature asks “who will enjoy it” and the answers certainly piqued my interest. Apparently inspired quite a lot by the Dark Souls, Vessels #2 sounds like a great fantasy story. I think this has a wide fanbase that it can reach, so check out the Kickstarter for become one.

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Kickstarter/Indiegogo Spotlight: ALTER-LIFE: The Graphic Novel (Complete Comic Series)

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I think the best way to pull you in to this week’s spotlight is to quote the opening paragraph of the project page:

Imagine, if you will, that all possible worlds exist and that they are just as real as the world we live in. If one’s consciousness was able (at the time of death) to suddenly escape one world, one body, and enter another, true death would only come at the moment all of those worlds cease to exist.

That was enough to grab my interest in ALTER-LIFE: The Graphic Novel (Complete Comic Series). I’m pretty sure many of you will think the same, so take a look at the Kickstarter for more.

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