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Play Impossible Gameball
Introducing Play Impossible Gameball
[Visual tour of playing with Gameball.]
Hey, can I play?
Yeah, there's actually an app.
Toss it up
Double tap it
Toss until you reach exactly twenty feet in twenty seconds
Twelve feet to go. Nine feet to go. Too far.
Charge it up before we keep going.
Four-three-two-one and full!
The Play Impossible Gameball is an active game system that gets you moving, laughing, and showing off your skills with a smart ball that connects to your favorite iOS device or Apple TV. The free Gameball app comes loaded with single player and party games bringing people of all ages together with fun and challenging movement based games built on the power of play.
Connect, compete, and win
Instantly connect Gameball to your iPhone, iPod, iPad, or Apple TV using Bluetooth and then challenge yourself and your friends in games that emphasize hand-eye coordination, agility, and creative thinking. Single-player games include Impossible, a platformer that begins easy and gets progressively harder with ever-increasing heights, RPMs, and airtime challenges to test your ball skills.
Family fun in motion
Multiplayer Showdown is a race game that sets up face-to-face ball play. Party Time encourages four or more players to compete in silly challenges that will have your family and friends competing and laughing for hours.
Skyscraper and Sport Labs tap into both STEM and your competitive nature as precise airtime, height, speed, or catch force is recorded to better understand the physics of sports. If you want to study ball physics further, export session data straight to your favorite spreadsheet editor via Sport Labs.
Rapid Charger refuels Gameball in just 20 seconds for a full hour of play
Using two Gameballs increases the variety of games you can play
Records airtime as experience points (XP) each time you play, so you get rewarded with new levels and achievements
Earn more experience points (XP) by completing daily missions
Share your high scores on your favorite social networks, iMessage, or email
Splash is a virtual water balloon toss game where you try to keep the Gameball in the air longer by catching softly; catch the ball too hard and the water balloon “pops”
Jostle updates the classic struggle of keep away; take turns with a friend and try to keep the ball still, while your opponent tries to make your Gameball move
Hot Taters is modern day hot potato; don’t get caught holding the ball—last player wins
In Rally, you and your teammates try to keep the Gameball in the air with taps, hits, volleys—and no drops
Navigate the app hands-free using the Gameball as controller with tosses and taps
App keeps score and can broadcast action from across the room or yard
Play Impossible updates the free app with new games and challenges throughout the year
Recommended for ages 9 and older
What’s in the Box
Play Impossible Gameball
Two AA alkaline batteries
Quick start guide
Bluetooth Compatibility: Bluetooth 4.0
Power Source: Battery power
Battery life: Gameball capacitor up to 2 hours. 200 re-charges from AA batteries in Rapid Charger.
Charge Time: Approximately 20 seconds.
Stand By Time: Approximately 6 hours.
Height: 5 in./12.7 cm
Width: 5 in./12.7 cm
Depth: 5 in./12.7 cm
Weight: 5 oz./142 g
Mfr. Part Number: PI-B01-A-P2
UPC or EAN No.: 671875732404
Note: Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple’s Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
Warranty: 90 days warranty against manufacturer defects
Answers from the community
Is it water proof or resistant?
- Asked by Kenny S from Kansas City
- on Jun 28, 2018
The ball is listed as 'water resistant'('wipe it off and play on') by Play Impossible, but our compe The ball is listed as 'water resistant'('wipe it off and play on') by Play Impossible, but our competition volleyball listed the same way, water'resistent'. Our Play Impossible gameball has rolled into the water at the beach/lake MANY times without any issue. B/c this is the same material as a volleyball, I assume you wouldn't want to let the ball sit in the lake all day, or the leather material would become waterlogged. It's a $99 ball, so ours isn't used for play IN the pool, or IN the lake/ocean, but as I said, our gameball has rolled into the water repeatedly without any issue.
- Answered by Dirk W from State College
- on Jul 18, 2018
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Play Impossible Gameball
The Play Impossible Gameball™ is an active gaming system that brings the digital action indoors and outdoors with free connected ball games you can play on your own or with friends. The app now has 10 free games, and more are on the way! More than ‘just a ball,’ the inflatable Gameball is embedded with patent-pending sensor technology that connects to the Play Impossible app via Bluetooth, bringin g a new twist to a favorite play and sport object.
Connect, compete and challenge your ball skill with the popular new game Impossible; see how long it takes to reach your vertical limit in Skyscraper; use brains and brawn in a new version of ‘keep away’ with Jostle. See how fast you can throw or how much spin you can get in Sport Labs.
The Play Impossible Gameball is recommended for ages nine and higher. When your Gameball runs low on energy, refuel in 20 seconds with the Rapid Charger for another complete hour of fun!
Play Impossible Gameball™ is sold separately from this application. Check the Play Impossible website (http://www.playimpossible.com) for locations to purchase a Gameball.
Please be aware that because of the significant number of different models, variants, and manufacturing standards of available devices, Play Impossible can only assure the compatibility of devices that we actively test internally. Please look on the Play Impossible website (http://www.playimpossible.com/support) for the list of the devices that we actively use in development. …