To get your hands on a copy you’ll have to donate to the Ion’s Kickstarter campaign, though. It was attempting to raise $7,500 to help put the game into production, but to date it has managed to secure $62,000 from backers so it’s a safe bet you’re not taking that much of a risk with your own $19 donation to pre-order one.


Delivery is expected later in the year closer to October, and unlike a piece of untested electronics that has to jump through countless testing hoops before it can reach consumers, all Ion needs is to be printed, sliced, and packaged before your copy arrives. So why not get some of your Christmas shopping done extra early this year? [Kickstarter - Ion]

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