Pokemon Go has finally brought Pokemon catching to the masses, making it as simple as a finger swipe. Except, sometimes it’s not that easy. Like when you’re desperately trying to catch that Snorlax, and your Pokeball just keeps veering to the side. The trick is to move your finger in a straight line, something this 3D-printed phone case/screen cover makes far too easy.
The item was designed by Jon Cleaver, and fits an iPhone 6/6s. It lines up perfectly with where the Pokeball and Pokemon are positioned on the screen, basically creating rails for your fingertip to follow. Just slide your finger up and your ball should travel in a straight line.
The only real downside is that most of the phone’s screen is covered, but it still leaves access to most of the controls you’d need within the Pokemon Go app. The top even features a Pokeball-shaped window, but it would still be hard to see everything in the walking/map mode.
If you have a 3D-printer at home and want to get your own cover (cheater!), Cleaver has graciously shared the files on the My Mini Factory site, where they can be downloaded for free.
SOURCE My Mini Factory