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Hollow Dice Were Made For Your Next Cyperpunk Adventure

Hollow Dice Were Made For Your Next Cyperpunk Adventure

Two years ago, Cubble Dice successfully funded its signature set of perfectly balanced RPG D6 metal dice. Now, Cubble Dice is back with an even more intriguing project: Hollow Dice, the world’s first empty metal dice!

Cubble Dice has launched a Kickstarter campaign for its Hollow Dice, which has already far surpassed the initial fundraising goal. The Hollow Dice are very much an evolution of both standard dice and the previously created Cubble Dice. As explained on the campaign page, the Hollow Dice are made from anodized aluminum and they are truly hollow. Each dice weighs only 1.5 grams and they are perhaps the most modern concept dice to hit tabletop in years. Even the intricate designs are aesthetically pleasing to the eye while evoking a techno vibe. We can’t help but think think of Cyberpunk when we look at these dice, but they could easily be used for any number tabletop games.

Admittedly, the design takes some getting used to. But this image should illustrate how the new markings appear on the device. And somehow, we’re already feeling more cyborg!

Hollow Dice 2

For about $46, backers can get an early bird special of two Hollow Dice. Higher tier levels include as many as four, eight, and even ten Hollow Dice, some of which include Aluminum Cubble Dice or even a prime box to store the dice in. Because the project is being produced in Europe, the prices are listed in Euros instead of dollars. The projected shipping date for the Hollow Dice falls within August of this year.

The Hollow Dice Kickstarter will run until Wednesday, March 15. For more information or to make a pledge, you can visit the official campaign page here.

What do you think about the new Hollow Dice? Roll for initiative and share your thoughts in the comment section below!

Image Credit: Cubble Dice

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