Game Stick’s Kickstarter campaign comes to an end today with over 600% more pledges than planned.
GameStick, a game console that runs Android, has finalized it’s controller and dock designs with help from Kickstarter suggestions
Gamestick has added a new tier to their Kickstarter campaign which offers developers the opportunity to keep 100% of their revenue for 6 months in exchange for $250.
There’ve been rivers of (virtual) ink flowing on OUYA’s soon to happen release, and, even with NVIDIA unveiling a more advanced Android gaming handheld earlier today, we don’t see the excitement surrounding the $99 console toning down soon.
CES 2013 is underway and we already have the first new exciting products for Android fans, and not only, the new Tegra 4 SoC and NVIDIA’s very own gaming device, Project Shield.
PlayJam’s has accomplished funding for their Kickstarter project in just 30 hours of the launch. They received 100 pledges and are open for more to launch the GameStick on April 13. If you want one of these most-eyed game console, you just need to pledge $79.