BabyGlitch unveils its new controller toys for the little ones

BabyGlitch controllers

BabyGlitch presents the ultimate solution for harmony at home between parents and young children.

Have you ever been at home playing the console and your children, cousins or younger siblings show up telling you they want to play the console, but you are playing Dark Souls, you have already died 273 times trying to kill Kalameet and they keep crying and screaming because they want the controller? Well, thanks to BabyGlitch, our problems are solved.

The ultimate solution for gamers’ babies

The BabyGlitch team has presented their new product, controller toys for developing tiny gamers. The toys have moveable joysticks, pushable buttons, and BPA-free silicone. There will be five true-to-shape versions available in nine distinct color combinations. These are specifically designed for new players aged 3+ months to 4 years old.

“As a father with a new son, shopping for any relatable toy was nearly impossible; it was either a giraffe or a rainbow. As a gamer parent that grew up playing the classics and the currents, I wanted to give gamer parents and future gamer kids something they could truly appreciate,” said Seth Bruce, co-founder of Baby Glitch.

BabyGlitch, being a very small team, has created a Kickstarter campaign to crowdfund and mass build this new product that aims to help both gamer moms and dads, as well as their babies. If you want to support this small company, you can access and support the campaign by clicking here.

My Take

This is a novel concept. Even though they are not actual controllers, they look real. It’s a good way to get young ones to participate (or at least think they are participating) while mom, dad, brother, or sister are playing a real game.

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