Kickstarter Campaign Hopes to Make Inventor’s Product a Reality

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The DScramble is a unique game that its licensee is trying to get to market through Kickstarter, a popular fundraising website.

One InventHelp® inventor’s unique game is now raising money on Kickstarter, a popular fundraising site that offers support and resources to creative projects, big and small.

InventHelp recently licensed the DScramble® game to M Designs Studio, a product development and design with extensive experience in marketing and game development.

The game was created by inventor Fred Nightingale of Cadillac, Michigan and was patented through InventHelp's referral services. One executive from M Designs Studio said of Dscramble, “We fell in love with its unique combination of ‘skill’ and ‘chance.’ We knew we had to bring it to market so we licensed it.”

Pledges can be made at Kickstarter here. Dscramble gives players the thrill of a dice game with the intellectual challenge of a word game. According to M Designs, “It’s as if we put the best of Boggle®, Scrabble®, and Yahtzee®* in a blender and made the best smoothie ever!” *(Brands herein are trademarks of their respective owners)

The product was originally licensed by InventHelp’s licensing division,Intromark Incorporated. Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, InventHelp is a leading inventor service company, with regional sales offices in more than 60 cities in the United States and Canada.

From 2014-2016, InventHelp signed Submission Agreements with 7,039 clients. As a result of services, 159 have received license agreements for their products, and 35 clients have received more money than they paid InventHelp for these services.

For more information about InventHelp, visit http://www.InventHelp.com. InventHelp, 217 Ninth Street, Pittsburgh, PA. (412) 288-1300 x4118.
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