Have you ever played a game with your friends and, although it was supposed to be entertaining, you felt like the play needed a little boost?
How would you like to surprise your mates with more fun, tons of excitement and even a touch of chaos?
If you’re wondering how that can be possible, imagine you can make your dice do the Boogie by only clapping your hands, snapping your fingers or banging the table.
Boogie Dice does exactly that and a lot more:
It is the world’s first self-rolling, sound activated, programmable, gaming dice
You can make it receptive to different sounds, change its trigger mechanism from sound to motion, use its timer to keep count of your rounds and even use its randomizes function to add unexpected elements to your game play.
The coolest new game accessory around can be easily programmed using an app on your phone or by simply accessing a webpage.
Boogie Dice’s array of features makes it adaptable to almost any dice game you can think of, while its smart build ensures the perfect balance you’re looking for to keep those dice rolling.
Boogie Dice is a product by hardware engineer and software developer Nimrod Back and game designer Saar Shai, who are the proud authors of no less than 5 very successful Kickstarter projects.
It comes either solo, or with Bots Battleground, a card game specifically designed to utilize the novel properties of Boogie Dice.
Essential Learning Lesson From These Makers
03:02 – The inspiration: bringing something new to the world of gaming
18:18 – The successful story of Saar’s first crowdfunding experience
19:40 – When the response to your campaign exceeds your expectations – how to manage this situation
21:53 – Reconcile different crowd funding experience under the umbrella of a single project
24:39 – Pre-release actions to boost your success
26:00 – The afterlife of a crowd funding campaign: does the magic persist on social media?
28:45 – How can Boogie Dice become every game’s partner
30:58 – Making Boogie Dice more than a gimmick: when a game designer steps in
31:33 – Precious piece of advice: How to overcome the pressure of the legal agreements and concentrate on the project
35:53 – The golden ratio to maintain a good collaboration
38:10 – What’s better: working on a common platform or working separately?
39:28 – How to keep it simple when it comes to splitting profit