Aug. 14, 2014

You'll now be able to create and customize 3D printed statues of your in-game characters from the popular Infinity Blade RPG series.

Debuting in 2010, Infinity Blade from ChAIR Entertainment is one of the most downloaded and popular mobile apps on the market. Now, the company has partnered with software development company Sandboxr to introduce a way to bring Infinity Blade characters from the mobile game into the real world.

From within the app, you will be able to design your character and then order a 3D printed statue to be delivered to your home. The figures will also be able to show off a variety of armor and weapon setups.

"The ability to take something from the virtual world, customize it, and push a button to transform it into the physical world is magic," said Donald Mustard of Infinity Blade developer Chair Entertainment. "We're excited to introduce collectibles that allow fans to create what they decide is the ultimate expression of their character. We can't wait to see all of their amazing Infinity Blade creations."

In addition to your own customized statues, a selection of limited edition "Hero' figures designed by the development team will also be made available for purchase.

"With its focus on customization and strong characters, Infinity Blade is the perfect fit for our platform and is the ideal partner to launch the first in-game 3D printing experience," said TJ Young, Co-Founder/President of Sandboxr. "With our proprietary software, state-of-the-art 3D printing facility and Infinity Blade's customizable interface, there's no limit to what fans can create."

Prices for customized Siris and Isa figures range from $19.99 USD for a 3.5-inch model, up to $90 for a 6-inch statue. A Infinite Blade small (4.75 inches) costs $49.99 while a Infinite Blade large (7 inches) is priced at $149.99. The company is offering a $10 discount for a limited time. Check out the official site here for pricing and shipping details.

Watch below a short video you can check out that details the process behind the collaboration.

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Robert wrote at 3/20/2018 2:08:24 PM:

Why not make it so I can print my character myself your missing a large group with there own 3d printer!

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