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A Kickstarter funding effort by U of M startup Turing Tumble has taken off, bringing the educational computing game past its original funding goal.

“The game is called Turing Tumble, named after the father of the modern computer, Alan Turing, and it shows kids and adults how a computer works. Requiring no batteries or chargers, the game is merely a board, marbles and plastic parts such as ramps, crossovers and bits that form the mechanics of a computer.”

See the full story in the Star Tribune.

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