You’ve probably played Temple Run, a defining title of the massive endless runner game genre, and know that these games require a lot of swiping this way and that, plus reactions that would put a particularly alert cat to shame. By using some established tech in a new way, Bandai Namco has added another dimension to this established game type, literally. This is Tori, and it’s a game system that’s aimed at kids, complete with some clever educational elements to ensure it meets the approval of parents. The endless runner game is called Crystal Chase, and is a little like Temple Run crossed with Wipeout, but instead of swiping on the screen to control the spaceship, you move a little toy spaceship around in front of the screen on your phone or tablet, and the movements are mimicked by the game. You think the game uses the device’s camera, right? I know I did at first, but it doesn’t. Bandai Namco has worked with a company called ISKN to adapt the technology used in its Slate pad for use with the games, and the result is a massive increase in accuracy, a reduction in frustration should the ship move out… Read full this story
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