This is a series of spinning rings that can be used to replace dice in games that require dice. There are also card ones. And a yes/no one. And a paper/rock/scissors one. The rings are currently a Kickstarter project but have already reached more than double the requested funding and are going to be manufactured in January. That gives us roughly two months to beat them to market. I'll call Singapore.
Hit the jump for the Kickstarter video.
Thanks to Becca, who agrees they should make giant ones that can be worn as bracelets because I like wearing bracelets.
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