The whole game works by strapping a headset that scans your brainwaves (with sensors on the forehead and earlobes) to invoke action. Ideally, when you think hard enough, the foam ball will begin to move through an obstacle course. The goal is to get your ball onto your opponent's side first, so think hard! It's like using the Force, but real.
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