It seems like every day there’s a new Google Glass app aimed at showcasing the potential of the wearable computing device. The latest is from developer BrickSimple, who has released an app that explores one of the most important components of mobile: gaming.
The company on Sunday released a demo of GlassBattle, a Battleship-like multiplayer game that enables users to call out missile coordinates and keep track of the game while doing everyday things like shopping.
GlassBattle is a fully completed and functional Glass application developed using Google’s Mirror API, offering synchronous turn-based multi-player games over a consistent internet connection. The ships for GlassBattle are assigned randomly on a 7-square-by-7-square grid, and each player can call airstrikes simply by speaking the coordinates of the target. Both users can study two grids — one with moves they have made and one with the moves the opponent has made — for…
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