Rain delays can ruin even the best-planned adventures, but this waterproof card deck is a great way to wait out the storm. Perfect for the beach as well.
Everyone needs a trebuchet because everyone also occasionally needs to fling things.
Beep Boop. Beep Boop. Beep Boop. Beep Boop. I'm an adorable tin can robot. Beep Boop.
What is it that makes this teddy bear so adorable? Obviously the tiny head, but why is that cute, and not, say, disturbing? I don't know, but with a bear this wonderful, it's a mystery that doesn't need solving.
Fill 20 biodegradable water balloons at once, with no need to tie them. Finally, the amount of artillery you can fire in a water balloon battle has moved out of the 19th century.
A favorite toy of my young nephew, even if he did “accidentally” steer it into a losing battle with a ceiling fan.
Ever run into a situation where your character has to play a spontaneous game of chance in a tavern or a dungeon? Well, Liar's Dice makes for a fun stand-in for any fantasy gambler to enjoy.
Whether you're fighting with miniatures or just need somewhere to help illustrate the "theater of the mind," this lovely battlemat will make every encounter a seamless affair.
What this generic DM screen lacks in handy rules and stats, it makes up for with a useful system of movable initiative trackers. The perfect look for any medieval campaign.
Metal dice might be total table wreckers, but they're also essential gear for the serious role-player. This black and gold set keeps it classy.
For two years, I've been watching seaplanes land and take off on the East River from the Atlas Obscura offices. I'm obsessed with these amazing aircraft, but since I haven't yet managed to fly in one, I'm keeping myself occupied with Lego versions.
Deceptively complex, this wooden puzzle ball is as beautiful to look at as it is challenging to solve.
Making music is hard. Building an analog synthesizer is harder. Snapping together these little modules that make and warp sounds is pretty easy though.
The Flux is a beautifully crafted demonstration of the Lenz effect. When you drop a magnet through a copper tube, it induces a current, which in turn produces a magnetic field that slows the fall of the magnet. It feels like a piece of magic in your hands.
A masochistic brainteaser for the expert puzzle fan. One thousand tiny pieces that are not only all the same shape, but the same color as well.
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