Mobile phone games

If you’ve ever noticed that Japan is going nuts over location-based games, here is a repository of what you’re missing out on. Notice that Europe and Asia seems to have had it out for a while. Ahh… Treasure Hunt.
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  • In an effort to create the best game ever, Treasure Hunt will be re-designing the entire game from the ground up. Think of this as version 2.0. The current version has taught us a lot, and we are planning to build off of it and do even better. Once version 2.0 is complete we expect the market to be better positioned to support a game of this type and we will begin selling Treasure Hunt world wide. In fact we just recently were granted by the US patent office a patent for the same game using cell location technology (triangulation). As such we are considering putting out 2 versions of Treasure Hunt. 1) GPS; 2) Non-GPS triangulation version. Granted the non GPS game will be less accurate as far as a playerç—´ location is concerned, but it does mean that game play in a city will be more fluid and players may continue to play inside. It also means with current technology we can add more handsets to the game. Any thoughts? All of the above is very interesting, however we are more interested in what the public (YOU) have to say about this game. We are soliciting suggestions and any and all useful ideas. WHAT DO YOU WANT TO SEE DONE TO THIS GAME? WHAT DO YOU, OR DON探 YOU LIKE ABOUT THIS GAME? We welcome any constructive comments. This is a great opportunity to become involved in a state of the art game that in our opinion has huge potential. Help us change the mobile gaming industry!!! Please contact us at [email protected]

  • In an effort to create the best game ever, Treasure Hunt will be re-designing the entire game from the ground up. Think of this as version 2.0. The current version has taught us a lot, and we are planning to build off of it and do even better. Once version 2.0 is complete we expect the market to be better positioned to support a game of this type and we will begin selling Treasure Hunt world wide. In fact we just recently were granted by the US patent office a patent for the same game using cell location technology (triangulation). As such we are considering putting out 2 versions of Treasure Hunt. 1) GPS; 2) Non-GPS triangulation version. Granted the non GPS game will be less accurate as far as a playerç—´ location is concerned, but it does mean that game play in a city will be more fluid and players may continue to play inside. It also means with current technology we can add more handsets to the game. Any thoughts? All of the above is very interesting, however we are more interested in what the public (YOU) have to say about this game. We are soliciting suggestions and any and all useful ideas. WHAT DO YOU WANT TO SEE DONE TO THIS GAME? WHAT DO YOU, OR DON探 YOU LIKE ABOUT THIS GAME? We welcome any constructive comments. This is a great opportunity to become involved in a state of the art game that in our opinion has huge potential. Help us change the mobile gaming industry!!! Please contact us at [email protected]