Okay, so maybe today’s kids don’t have an idea what Tekken is, but a 90’s kid must have tried it and maybe even loved it. It was probably the only combat game that kids played.
But with the millions of game apps today, I bet it’s hard to get your kids off the screen.
There happen to be a technology that can get them to be active while retaining the tech aspect of the game. It’s Jabii, the friendly boxing game.
It lets your kids (and even the adults) take part in a Tekken ala Virtual Reality. It’s a boxing game where each boxer has its own life mana, which you can see on the accompanying game app. Don’t worry, though, you can wear a helmet and the punches are gentle and friendly. The gloves are spring loaded.
Here, let me show you.
That’s so cool, right?!
Your life mana is automatically calculated through the punches that are registered by the sensors on the glove and helmet. The feedback is live, of course, so you can keep up on your real-time scores.
When you have the Jabii Family Pack, which includes 3 Jabiis (the extendable gloves) and 3 helmets, everybody can join in the fun! For a more affordable alternative, you can opt to get the kit with headbands. They’re equipped with the same sensors.
Jabii has been featured on large tech sites like Tech Crunch and Now This Future. As of this writing, it’s raising funds via Kickstarter. Wanna reserve a set? You can get the family pack for only $174. Estimated delivery of the products is July 2018.