1. Pebble ($10,266,845 raised):
A wristwatch with an e-paper screen that can display information synced from your smartphone.
2. Ouya ($8,596,475 raised):
An Android-based open-source video game console offering developers an easier, cheaper platform to create new games.
3. Double Fine Adventure ($3,336,371 raised):
The next entry in the unprofitable but beloved “adventure game” genre from acclaimed designer and writer Tim Schafer.
4. Wasteland 2 ($2,933,252 raised):
A sequel to the 1988 cult computer game Wasteland, a post-apocalyptic RPG.
5. Shadowrun Returns ($1,836,447 raised):
An electronic spinoff of the paper-based roleplaying game Shadowrun, which first appeared in 1989.
6. Elevation Dock ($1,464,706 raised):
An attractive aluminum charging dock for the iPhone.
7. The Order of the Stick Reprint ($1,254,120 raised):
A new run of the out-of-print hard-copy versions of the popular webcomic.
8. Amanda Palmer ($1,192,793 raised):
A new solo album (plus art book and world tour) by Palmer, the singer and keyboardist for the Dresden Dolls.
9. Sedition Wars: Battle for Alabaster ($951,254 raised):
A horror/sci-fi board game featuring collectible figurines by designer Mike McVey.
10. TikTok + LunaTik ($942,578 raised):
A kit available in two varieties that turns the iPod Nano into a wristwatch.As you can see, though the most successful proposals generally appeal to geeks and gamers (who are the most likely to be plugged-in enough to hear about them), there’s still a huge diversity of interests represented on Kickstarter. Get involved today as a funder, and think about using Kickstarter to get your own brainchild off the ground!
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