It will be called “Pokemon
Sleep” and the concept is attractive but the details are few: the Pokemon
Company, a subsidiary of the Japanese giant Nintendo, announced Wednesday the
launch in 2020 of a mysterious game that we can indulge in while sleeping.
- After hunting Pikachu and other imaginary creatures in real life thanks to Pokemon Go, which has won millions of followers since its release in 2016, “we are now interested in the sleep” of players, said the president of the company Tsunekazu Ishihara in front of the press in Tokyo.
The Japanese company had not
directly developed Pokemon Go, but it had collaborated with the American studio
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An accelerometer to track sleep
This time, “our goal is to
make sleep an entertainment,” said Ishihara. He did not disclose anything,
but what we do know is that it will be accompanied by a portable accessory
designed by Nintendo. The “Pokemon Go plus” will be equipped with an
accelerometer to track the player’s sleep, data then transmitted to his
smartphone via Bluetooth.
Like its elder, the “Pokemon
Go plus” which is put on the wrist, it will also make it possible to leave
in search of the mythical monsters during the day, before collapsing with
fatigue at night, under the watchful eye of Pokemon Sleep, praised the company.
Pokemon madness since 1996
- The popularity of Pokemon (“pocket
monsters”), become icons of world pop culture, has never wavered since
their first steps in a video game in 1996 on the legendary Game Boy console,
followed by a cartoon broadcast on television and trading cards and trading
- The launch of Pokemon Go had resulted in
afrenzy. The game is based on augmented reality, a technology that brings up
virtual elements in the real world and uses geolocation to allow its users to
catch small fictional characters.
Three years ago, the authorities
of many countries launched calls for vigilance and recalled the basic security rules
in public space, some users taking reckless risks to get their hands on