Sports Training

 

Baseball

You play as the batter and you need to watch the pitcher throw the ball.

 

Boxing

You need to touch the trainer’s mitts and block incoming punches by sliding the stylus.

 

Ping Pong

You control a ping pong paddle with the stylus to return shots.

 

Volleyball

In volleyball you play right up front at the net, in a position to block shots and spike the ball.

 

Basketball

You have to throw a pass to one of the players while shadowy players attempt to block your shots. The key to this game is to wait for an opening and then throw the ball.

 

Soccer

Soccer also tests when you can see an opening, except you’re kicking the ball into a goal by sliding the stylus forward.

 

American Football

You play as a running back and you have to dodge an incoming defensive line. This is supposed to test the range of your vision and insight on where to avoid

 

The sports training mini games seem rudimentary. Maybe something you would see on an Atari or the NES, with photorealistic graphics and touch screen control. It’s an interesting concept though and if you want to see more on Medicara let us know.

Siliconera Staff
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