Forevergee​k is Your One-Stop Shop for Geeky Kickstarted Goods

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New products are funded through Kickstarte​r around the clock, but once they have been Kickstarted and ultimately released for public consumption it can be tough to keep track of where to find goods from there. In steps Forevergee​k’s Kickstarte​r Store to save the day!

The Forevergee​k Kickstarte​r Store is your one-stop shop for nerd-centric products that have been successfully funded and released. Indie video games, board games, card games, comic books, music, artwork, apparel–this store has it all. Signing up will also allow you to post your own community reviews and wishlist products you’re interested in buying.

About the only thing that seems to be missing are links back to a product’s original Kickstarter campaign. Even though funding has been achieved, it would still be nice to have a direct link back to the campaign to read more about a project before making a purchase.

Other than that quibble, the Forevergee​k Kickstarte​r Store presents a cleanly organized storefront that makes it easy to find the products you’re looking for and track where to buy them from. For product developers I imagine it must also be an invaluable resource to help maintain visibility after a project has been completed.

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