Launching their Kickstarter campaign, Irish company Cloudystar and Atom Split Games have teamed up to give their games a physical presence from the offset while solving a major problem for the stationery industry with their product TipperZ. TipperZ slides onto existing pens or pencils and when touched or pressed against a capacitive touch screen you can control your device with it.
CloudyStar was founded by the McDonnell brothers David and Micheal who have won entrepreneurial awards and successfully run companies in both Ireland and Australia. With the TipperZ project though, both brothers agree that “they have found their calling in product design”.
CloudyStar sought the partnership with Atom Split Games as they have a large experienced team that know the problems faced by trying to stand out from the rest, not to mention the rising cost of customer acquisition. “When we pitched Atom Split Games on the partnership, within one minute they could see our vision and a partnerships was formed”.
The project went live on Kickstarter yesterday and is already over 10% funded. Free to download during the campaign, the TipperZ Game can be downloaded for iOS and Android now from their respective stores. The Kickstarter project has another 39 days to run presently.
For more information on how you can help fund this project, check out the Kickstarter campaign on this link.