If your kids can’t find a game they like, tell them to make their own!
Kids can do just that with EnigmaBot, an interactive gaming kit that users can build themselves to create their dream games. The project launched on Kickstarter today with an estimated delivery of March if it meets its monetary goal by Jan. 14.
Users can follow step-by-step 3D animation instructions to build EnigmaBot into three different modules: an arcade, a violin, and a mini-blaster. Each build has different functions so kids can use them to play music games, FPS games, and arcade games. The console is equipped with multiple sensors, a motor module, and a joystick that work differently with the various games.
Kids can use their creativity to build multiple games and the special size of console and motor are compatible with other building blocks for more extensions.
Visit the Kickstarter page for more information or to contribute to the project.