This augmented reality-based game is an exciting opportunity for children to develop their motor and cognitive skills. It can facilitate development of children with special needs while also keeping them engaged and motivated. This game has been used to facilitate physiotherapy for children with motor difficulties.
The game focuses on hand-eye coordination, attention span, sorting skills, response time and gross motor movement of the child. It tracks motor coordination, performance, upper limbic movement and accuracy through its in-built reporting feature. This makes it easier for the facilitator to measure progress of the child.
The objective of the game is to pop all the bubbles, while avoiding the red-colored ones. The player is provided with three lives during the game. Each level consists of a 90 seconds time limit, with the difficulty level increasing in terms of speed and direction of bubbles on the screen.