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Submitted by rajeanak25 816d ago | news

Help 'Sphero Glide' Reach Its Kickstarter Goal In The Next 24 Hours

"Sphero is the first robotic ball gaming device that you control by tilting, touching, or swinging from your smartphone or tablet. In fact, you can use Sphero as a controller for on-screen gameplay. Sphero Glide is the first game looking to take advantage of the gadget in the form of a gaming controller. There’s only 24 hours left to go in the official Kickstarter campaign and they only need an extra $500 to meet their goal." - Charles Ferrendelli (Kickstarter, Mobile, Sphero Glide)

KMCROC  +   815d ago
Your Asking PC & Console gamers to help finish funding a game going to Mobile device . That's rich, wish I could but I dislike mobile gaming.

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