Tidas 3D print, Mini Game Release, High Score Challenge

Today’s 3D print of the day is Tidas. A friend to Sand Witch, who comes up with the swells, is always happy to play in the storm of the moment (although skeptics think Sand Witch is more interested in collecting toppings, than playing with Tidas, but, hey, we all have our ideals). Anyway, if you can’t tell I’m itching to get out surfing, and what better way to start off the season than by printing your own Tidas off of our Thingiverse Page.

 

Tidas, the Tidal Wave, 3D Print of the day.

Tidas, the Tidal Wave, 3D Print of the day.

 

Today marks a big day for us at Your Wild World. Since our founding, in January, our in house game magician, and webmaster, Matthew Klisz, has been developing mini game after mini game, learning the many tricks and techniques of game design. We’re happy to announce our first mini game release, today. The game is titled ‘Wet Witch.’ Use the arrow keys to navigate Sand Witch, and aid in collecting all the best toppings. Be careful to avoid the water, because no one likes a soggy Sand Witch!

We would love to hear some feedback, so let us know what you think, and ways to improve! Oh yeah, and if you can beat my high score of 28,000, post a screenshot and we’ll mail you your very own 3D printed Sand Witch Figurine! Look  out for weekly mini game releases over the next few months.

Click here to Play!

if you can beat this high score, we will sand you your own 3D printed Sand Witch Collectible!

If you can beat this high score, we will send you your own 3D printed Sand Witch Collectible!

Click Here to play! 

In 3D Printing news, an aluminum print from the caverns of MIT recently resurfaced, bringing to Light how long this technology has been around for. In fact the first 3D printers were developed 30 years ago! MIT  is where the term ‘3D Printing’ was first coined by Dr. Ely Sachs. The 20 year old print is of ‘Hagia Sophia, circa 1995-96’ A famous church in Istanbul, Turkey. Via 3DPrint.com

Recently resurfaced from the vaults of MIT, after been printed nearly 20 years ago

Recently resurfaced from the vaults of MIT, after being printed nearly 20 years ago

 

Here’s to a good work week!

-Lucas Moskun

 

Song of the day : Surfin’ USA – The Beach Boys

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