Designed as a way to help offer users an interactive game that's an extension of the Pokémon brand, this new arcade game from Bandai Namco has a few nifty features. Rather than just having users use joysticks and buttons, the Pokémon game allows players to practice their aim by throwing Pokéballs to capture Pokémon.
Working almost like a digital carnival game, users have a short period of time to throw Pokéballs at the digital screen to capture the creatures. The game looks to enhance hand-eye coordination rather than just requiring users to just pound buttons.
Brands, especially in the video game world, are looking for ways to help create a more immersive experience to get users off smartphones and into arcades. This interactive Pokémon game helps offer users an additional layer of play that's sure to delight.