Fish Plays Pokemon

In an effort to catch them all, Grayson the betta male has logged 150 hours on Pokémon.

In what game developers are calling “the ultimate betta test,” the onscreen controls are determined by Grayson’s position in his fishbowl. When he sleeps in his hammock at night, for example, he is lodged in the “up” directional button. The controls look solid and are indicated by a yellow dot that traces his exact position. . . .