With game console sales in Japan up 13.4% last year (thank you Wii!), the gamer market is a profitable niche. So thought the Toyama-based Kyowa-yakuhin when they created a series of vitamin supplements, Game Suppli, designed specifically for gamers.
There are two varieties, one designed for long play with blueberry to improve eye stamina and one for improved concentration with DHA, an omega-3 fatty acid. Packets of 30 capsules, intended for twice daily intake, are available for ¥880 from Cyber Gadget.
If you can’t get the kids to play outside, you can now at least encourage a little healthier gaming.