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Josh Napier
 USA
Stationary Pool Chalk Printer Friendly Version
Have you ever been shooting a game of pool and lost your pool chalk? I've come up with the idea of a stationary pool chalker that is placed on the wall in a small compartment in which it will not fall off. All you do is lift your pool stick and twist. Thus, your stationary pool chalk.

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AaronBurns
 USA
Perfectly Weighted and Balanced Coins Printer Friendly Version
Have you ever noticed that on the two sides of every coin there is a different design? Well, the two designs are there for appearance sake and not for flipping the coin in the air for a game of heads or tails. You can still make a unique face (for heads) and another design on the other side and still be able to balance the weight perfectly for a 100% chance of having a 50/50 chance at heads or tails the same way a throwing knife is balanced.
You would then have a true flip with that being the main problem with fairness, but the other factors are left to chance. You could make them any size with any color or design as long as they are balanced and start a trend of collecting different flipping coins. Maybe even break into the gold, silver or platinum industry and make them collectable for investments as well. You could have them specially made for the designs on either side of your choice. You could add your favorite kid or adult game designs. Anything can be balanced and placed on them.
Reward: A person's face on one side fitting the use for the event of the coin's usage. Or anything imagined! 

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Steve
 Austria
Mouse games for 2 Printer Friendly Version
Computer mice are cheap these days, and it's fairly easy to connect two or more mice to a computer. So why are there no games for multiple mice out there?
I can imagine all kinds of setups:
- A coordination game where you hold two mice, one in your left hand, one in your right hand.
- Challenging games where each competitor controls his or her own mouse.
- A collaboration game the player's movements are added up, so they need to coordinate with each other in order to not constantly miss the target.

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