Sunday, December 13, 2015

Gameband- Minecraft made better

I think most kids over the age of 5 are obsessed with Minecraft. At least most of the boys I know are. I know one of the problems with the game is that you play different games on all different councils. Gameband saw this as a problem and fixed it in a very cool way! Now you can take minecraft on the go and play it on just about anything.

The Gameband looks kind of like an activity tracker and can be used as a watch as well. So the first thing you need to do (besides charge it), is plug it into your main minecraft game (computer, tablet etc) and save your game to the band. After that you can take the band and plug it into other computers and such and keep playing where you last left off.

I personally don’t play minecraft, but my best friends son Canon does and he was so happy to help try this out. He thought it was the coolest thing ever. He goes back and forth from his mom’s house and his dad’s, so this is perfect that he doesn't have to have two games going on at each house.

The cost is about $79. That may seem high, but you get so much out of this band that it’s worth it. Gameband isn’t exclusive to what systems, it will work on Mac OS, Windows and even Linux. You can also customize and create and share your own messages, images, and animations for the Gameband LED display.

This would make for a great Christmas present for your kids, nephews, neices, and even adults! You can buy the Gameband at Target, Gamestop, Best Buy, Walmart, Microsoft Stores,

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