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.
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Earlier today Gamestick was pulled off of Kickstarter out of nowhere, due to a possible intellectual property issue. The good news is that PlayJam has responded clarifying that this is a temporary issue and that they are working to resolve the problem.
Having already surpassed its required funding, GameStick have announced some stretch goals. If the goals are reached, users will have the option to choose the device’s colors, and there’s potential for MicroSD support as well.
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.