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DICE+ Digital Chance Cubes to Appear at E3
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DICE+ Digital Chance Cubes to Appear at E3

by Jason ChestnutMarch 31, 2012

start-up GIC is going to be at this year showcasing their high tech take on one of the oldest gaming accessories in history…the Chance Cube. + updates the standard multi-sided die with LED back lights, anti-cheat roll detection and bluetooth connectivity. It will retail for between $30 and $40 when it becomes available later this year and is said to be compatible with iOS, , Symbian, Linux and Windows…although we’ll probably have to wait for E3 to find out exactly which platforms will be available at launch. As a veteran pen and paper player (yes, I played Dungeons and Dragons), the idea of high tech programmable dice is pretty . The official website offers few details, but the possibilities are undeniably huge. Check out the video below to see the DICE+ in action.

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(Source: Engadget)

Stay tuned to The Game Fanatics for more news and updates on this product.

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Jason Chestnut
Jason Chestnut
Jason is a gamer, self-proclaimed geek, and musician. When he's not playing punk rock, he's spending countless hours playing games and/or writing about them. He knows far too much about Star Wars, is an avid reader of comics, and has already been working on a safehouse to survive the impending zombie apocalypse. Oh, you haven't?