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    Published: 2018-04-04 12:10:27 | Clicks:1 | Author: TapAso



    Mobile games becomes popular and common in our daily life. Adults love the joy of games, however, they're worried about kids are addicted to mobile games at the same time. Maybe your will change your mind after reading the following contents about how to calm kids down by mobile game. BTW, top aso services and app store seo guides also available here. 

    Recently, Mightier announced they want to develop a gaming platform that teaches kids a valuable set of emotion management skills using just a phone, an app and a heart rate monitor. Here are some parts of the original post from engadget.

    Mightier works like this: kids strap on a wrist-based heart rate monitor that's paired to an iPhone, then choose something to play. The titles are actual App Store games whose developers have allowed Mightier access to their game code. "We work with a number of indie developers you've probably heard of," said co-founder Trevor Stricker. "One of our most popular games on the platform is Hundreds by Finji, which is Adam and Bekah Saltsman. We've also worked with Race the Sun by Aaron San Filippo at Flippfly."

    Other games on the Mightier platform include Runaway Toad, where you play a toad that doesn't want to be kissed by a princess, and Unpossible, an endless runner with a gravity-defying 3D track. As kids play each game, things get more difficult, which helps the child's heart rate to go up. That might mean visual distractors that appear onscreen, more enemies or an increase in speed to make the game more difficult. The Mightier platform manages the difficulty changes based on the feedback from the heart rate monitor.

    The child's heart rate is displayed on the phone so they can see it. Once it reaches the "red zone," the game pauses and plays a little animation to model a deep-breathing, calming exercise. The kids can watch their heart rates fall as they calm themselves down, which lets them experience that in their own bodies, rather than just watching someone else model the behavior.

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