Pox is a handheld game system by Hasbro that uses RF (Radio Frequency) Wireless Technology to transfer data between systems. The idea of Pox is to build your own special character (from more than 7500 combinations of alien body parts) who will then engage in battle with enemy characters in 17 levels of solo play. With the wireless technology, Pox game players can battle each other up to about 9 metres (30 feet) away and through most walls, floors, etc. You may even battle against someone you don't even know.
Pox is available in three variations, each with their own special abilities. Pox was first available in Chicago USA on May 12, 2001. Elsewhere in USA got the system on November 17th 2001 at a cost of about US$24.99. The Australian release was in June 2002.
Platform: Hasbro P-O-X.