A new video game developer’s attempt to build a Pebble watch and ice machine in just a few minutes using Pebble Foam is a classic example of what can be accomplished with software that’s just a click away.
The developer of Pebbles video game, a mobile game titled Pebbles Forever, uses the Pebble Foams shoes to create a snowboard that he then sets to a “pebbled” theme.
The snowboard bounces over obstacles in the game.
The Pebble Foaming Skateboard video game creator, Alex Zander, created the Pebble watch-based Pebble FoAM in just three minutes using the Pebble foams shoe.
It’s the first video game that Zander has made in his lifetime.
The game is set to an ambient soundtrack.
To start, the Pebble Watch needs to be paired to the Pebble app, which requires the Pebble’s cellular data connection.
The app allows you to set up a personal notification that allows you a way to control your Pebble.
The Pebble app also provides an “always on” feature that alerts you when you are on a new screen, or if you are in a new app or app context.
Once you have the Pebble paired, you are prompted to install a new Pebble app and add it to your phone’s notification tray.
Then, you need to set the game up.
To get started, Zander created a game that uses the new Pebble Foamer shoes as a snow board, allowing him to control the board by moving the feet of the Pebble.
He also set up the app so that he could create his own Pebble Foamed Skateboards, using Pebble Ice Machines.
Pebbles Forever has a lot going for it, including the game’s ambient music, the ability to control both the Pebble and the Pebble Ice Machine, and the ability for users to customize their Pebble.
That last feature allows users to have a variety of Pebble Foammed Skate and Pebble Ice machine designs.
Zander used the Pebble Gel Foam to create the Pebble Skiing Board.
He used the Foam Foaming Foam for the Pebble Beach, Pebble Beach Pro, and Pebble Beach Classic.
Zanders original Pebble Foamy Skiing board, designed in only three minutes, is available for purchase on his website.
He’s also offering a $50 reward for those who donate $200 or more to the project.
The Kickstarter page for the game is still up and running.