Train with other GripAble users around the world
Our latest software update brought two new activities, Little Rocket and the classic Four in a Row – our first multi-player game that lets you train with other GripAble users around the world. We’ve also added a ‘rep counter’ for people who want to track their hand and upper limb training activity rather than play the activities.
If you use a range of the grip tests available in GripAble, you’ll also be pleased to know that this latest software update makes it much easier to switch between grip tests via the app’s main menu.
New activity: Little Rocket – ‘a souped-up Space Shooter’!
Fans of the Space Shooter activity on the GripAble app will welcome this latest addition to the activities available.
In this activity, you navigate right and left across the screen avoiding being hit. As each level progresses, the enemy ships become more complex. There are 20 levels plus an arcade level. Arcade level is continuous so each time you play, you can try to improve your score. Stay playing until you lose all your lives.
Little Rocket encourages range of movement through pronation and supination.
Our first multi-player activity – welcome to Four in a Row
This is the classic four in a row activity where two players compete to drop four counters in a row vertically, horizontally or diagonally.
Four in a Row is our first multi-player activity, allowing you to connect and train with other GripAble users from around the world. Working with others has been proven to increase training – with Four in a Row you can bring some fun (and healthy competition) to your daily hand and upper limb training!
Four in a Row focuses on pronation / supination plus grip and release.
Easily switch between grip tests
If you regularly use the different grip tests in your GripAble app, you will be pleased with the work our software team have done here! The grip tests are now all available from the main menu, making it super easy to switch between grip tests during a training session. Simply go to the main menu to select the grip test you’d like to use.
New addition: Rep Counter – track your upper limb training
Rep counter can be used independently with grip and release and all three movements: pronation / supination, extension/flexion and ulnar/radial deviation. Use rep counter with or without sound and count your movements.
Rep counter is designed for users who simply want to track their hand and arm training without needing to play the activities.