If you are a gamer, most likely, you have heard of the game Minecraft, an open-world sandbox game that allows the players to create an entire world as they wish. Relased in 2009, Minecraft is still played widely by players all over the world.
Now, imagine if you can play Minecraft anywhere you go.
How is it possible?
Well, this is where Gameband comes in. Gameband is a wearable device that allows Minecraft players to play the game anywhere they want (as long as there is a computer).
The Gameband Minecraft looks just like a wristband. However, it has a watch function for you to keep track of time. But obviously, that is not the main attraction for this product.
Gameband Minecraft allows you to plug in the Gameband into an USB port on any computer. Gameband comes with a Gameband App that allows users to play Minecraft on the go.
The Gameband Minecraft will work across all operating systems: Windows, iOS, and Linux Distributions, so it does not matter what operating system your friends have on their computers. You can share your world on any computer and in any home!
Along with a watch function, you can also customize what the LED panel displays when you wear the Gameband. You can write messages, images, and animation on the LED display and show off your style.
My thoughts on the Gameband Minecraft
I really think this is a revolutionary product that perfectly suits the Minecraft gaming community. The Minecraft community has a lot to with sharing the worlds that each member has created. By sharing different ideas and layouts, it gives people various inspirations for their next project.
The Gameband Minecraft allows users to readily share their worlds by simply wearing the device to a friend's house or a convention. And you do not have to worry about saving as Gameband will save your world and back up the data onto a secure, cloud-based server.
The one thing that I am really impressed with the Gameband Minecraft is the fact that this will work on any operating systems. For instance, if I want to play League of Legends on a Linux, I have to download additional programs to just to make it run. However, with Gameband, I can literally just plug it in and run the Gameband App.
I would recommend it to hardcore Minecraft players because this thing is honestly REALLY, REALLY COOL, and I think you guys will enjoy it a lot.