Twinkly Squares provide gamers with the opportunity to light up their game rooms in stunning colors, or to create and display their favorite team logos, game characters or pixel art. We reviewed the starter Twinkly Squares kit and found quite an illuminating experience.
Webcams are amazing devices that let gamers stream content while also sharing their sometimes highly amusing reactions. This week we look at another high-end camera with a low-end price point. And this one even comes with a built-in studio light.
Like all of the STEM-friendly GEOMAG toys that we have reviewed in the past, this one is made of sturdy Swiss parts that fit together perfectly. But this is the first time that players can build something that looks even cooler when the lights go out.
Our reviewer Vincent Mahoney was able to obtain one of the amazing new Steam Deck gaming devices. He immediately loaded up his massive Stream library and put the Deck through its paces to find out if everyone should be adding a Steam Deck to their gaming collection.
The barriers to entry for anyone looking to get into streaming video games or starting their own Twitch or YouTube channel can seem pretty high. But the Toucan W100 offers a low-cost, high-quality camera to anchor those efforts.
With so many new and remade titles supporting positional and 3D audio, gamers need the right gear to get the most from their games. The SteelSeries Gaming Headset is one of the easiest ways to up their game and get surrounded by sound.
GEOMAG Mechanics are wonderful STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) based toys. The Gravity Loops & Turns set brings GEOMAG Mechanics to a new level both literally and figuratively.
The Roto Brain toy is unique in that once players have tackled the initial puzzle, they can manually recode the device to create their own. Parents with inquisitive kids or anyone looking for a unique puzzle toy should accept the Roto Brain’s challenge.
Ascension is a fast paced deckbuilding game designed by Magic Pro Tour champions Justin Gary, Rob Dougherty, and Brian Kibler, with artwork by Eric Sabee. It’s a dynamic experience where players have to react and adjust their strategy accordingly. It’s a beloved game, and this is the tenth anniversary edition.
The myFirst 3DPen essentially functions a lot like a glue gun, only it doesn’t get nearly as hot because instead of activating glue, it’s melting plastic filament so they can be drawn into colorful patterns. This is a clever way to make the art of 3D design accessible to almost anyone, even very young kids just starting out as budding artists.