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Dragon Grip Turns You into a Virtual Bruce Lee

 |  |  |  |  May 12, 2012


Were big fans of old-school kung fu movies around my house. My daughter and I particularly like Bruce Lee. The downside is that each time we watch a Bruce Lee flick, she stalks around the house and jumped out at any given moment with a Lee-like HI-YAH and punches me in the junk. My only saving grace is that apparently a quality hiiiii-yaaaaa takes some build up so I get a bit of warning when I hear a little hiiiii.

If you or someone in your house is a fan of kung fu movies in the cheesy sound effects that go along with them, they need the Dragon Grip that’s on Kickstarter now.


This toy looks like the handle from a joystick and has a trigger and a D-pad on top. When someone does the kung fu moves while pressing the trigger the Dragon Grip makes sounds automatically.

The device goes along with a comic book called Legend City. If you want one of these toys, you’ll need to pledge $25(USD) or more. If you want to grip and the comic book, you’ll need to cough up $32 or more. The expected delivery on the Dragon Grip is December, assuming the project gets enough pledges to fund it.



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