Roll your way through your next role-playing game with a set of creepy 20-sided dice that look like they crawled out of a dark and terrifying ocean.
If you have a 3D printer and aren't afraid to get your hands dirty with electronics, you can build your own 3D-printed, 20-sided die that calls out your dice rolls and makes fun of you when they're low.
Thanks to these ThinkGeek exclusives, these doormats in the form of d20 dice and 16-bit controllers will make every gamer feel welcome.
The D20 is the easiest waterproof camera to use, thanks to its array of chunky buttons and simple user interface. It delivers decent photos for web use, if all you want to do is point and shoot.
Typical price: $399.00
A famous Ptolemaic Period 20-sided die is now available to the masses as a 3D-printed reproduction.
Many centuries before Dungeons & Dragons was even a glimmer in the eye of Gary Gygax, ancient Egyptians were rolling a d20 die.
Were the ancient Egyptians the inventors of Dungeons and Dragons?
Canon adds Wi-Fi to a couple Elphs, updates its waterproof camera from 2009, and takes its high-end compact megazoom out to 20x.
Your gaming future could look bright, if a set of LED glowing-dot dice takes off on Kickstarter.