Wedge wedge kicking and in this case, almost in the literal sense. The Danish inventor developed a combination of fighting and RPG for young gamers, in which it is necessary to fight through a computer, but in the real world. Especially for the parents: it’s not painful, fun and the children will finally come off the monitors to get the physical load.
The Jabii system consists of a physical controller-weapon and a management application connected to it via Bluetooth. Instead of the usual gamepad, children are invited to pick up a super-glove with a spring-loaded retractable fist! You press the button and it flies into the enemy, causing real, tangible, though painless cuffs. The chance of getting or missing depends only on you – willy-nilly will have to learn mobility.
The retractable fist has a telescopic mast of 96 cm in length, when activated, the energy of the flattened spring is evenly quenched by the punch, so that at the end point there is a tangent, but not a full impact. Just in case, the impact knob is made soft, and in the set there are children’s protective helmets. Plus, players need to dodge themselves, get hit, maneuver and learn combat skills.
Why is Jabii called a computer game? Although the rubber fist also flies, obeying the command of the host, the final result is calculated based on the scenario of the game. The 9-axis accelerometer calculates the position of the weapon relative to the victim in space, speed, number of hits and hits. Plus there is a role-playing system: Palladin of 6th level with a pole +5 will do more damage than the Necromancer Nub with a dagger +1, and in fact the state of the armor, the presence of artifacts, etc. are still taken into account. There are possible dueling, tournaments, solo battles and everything that developers will push into updates.
Big and unconcealed minus Jabii: if children are at least protected, then household utensils, vases and glasses – in the risk zone. Just like when playing with a ball or slingshot , so if the parents want to tear off their children from the screens, then let them be ready to shell out. Approximately $ 70 for a single set of Jabii, a controller and a helmet, or $ 95 for a double if the startup successfully collects the required amount and production will be launched in July of this year.