Radho did a walk through video review of my UberStax universal game piece holders. This is a new product I invented as a gaming accessory and listed it on Kickstarter in the fall of 2015 and are now available for sale through game retailers.
Funds were successfully raised for the creation of the injection moulds to mass produce these in 6 colors.
They interlock and stack either vertically or horizontally to hold game pieces, tiles, or cards.
Check out his video review:
7 thoughts on “Radho walk through video review of my UberStax”
This could be very handy for some of our CCGs our group play. Interesting that you branch out into real life gaming acessories when your career is IT. Shows a good character to have balance by having interests in different areas.
That’s a great idea, though I’m not sure how many people play board/card games now. It’s neat that you could manage this blog and work on a new product simultaneously. Simple product that has a variety of uses for old school “gamers”.
It’s always great to see new innovations from known faces. This especially seems to be very well designed. I really like that it can be put together in different ways to hold different game pieces etc.
This was so unexpected and something I had no clue existed. It seems to come so handy and for some reason I wanna get for our table games nights at college, I will return to you with our experience!
This invention is taking handiness to a whole new level. I like the idea of this very much and it’s something I’d actually use. It looks very easy to manage and the six colors are vibrant and nice. If I ever get a chance to, I’d definitely cop the black one.
Huh, I didn’t know you had a successful Kickstarter, David. Way to go! I don’t play board games because I don’t have the time anymore, but I imagine Uberstax is really useful for people that play them quite a lot.
I love the unique concept!
I think board games are more popular than many people realise – there are a lot of “cult” games out there and many people do belong to gaming guilds. I can imagine that cards etc. would be much easier to see and read displayed on a stand such as this.
Wishing you the best of luck with your new venture!
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