- That actually sounds a LOT like a Munzee . Nathaniel /Grn beret 2bMessage 1 of 2 , Oct 17, 2012View SourceThat actually sounds a LOT like a Munzee.Nathaniel/Grn beret 2bOn Wed, Oct 17, 2012 at 11:50 AM, Victor Engel <brillig@...> wrote:
I've been brainstorming a game I'll be developing for the iPad, iPhone
and other iOS devices, possibly other devices, too, but I'm taking
this one step at a time. I've just started a blog for the game and
welcome any feedback people may have.
In the process of brainstorming the game, I thought of a way to verify
geocaches are legitimately being found at their proper location. Read
about it in the blog entry for geocaching. Right now it's just a
sketch of the process, but I may add more detail later.
I don't know if falsely reporting geocaching finds is a problem or
not, but I can see the potential for it to be a problem when the
ultimate goal is not finding a geocache but finding a geocache is just
a means to achieve another end, e.g., furthering progress in an
unrelated game. That's the reason I came up with the scheme.
It's unlikely this will be one of the features coded into the game
right away. I need to start with small steps, and there are many other
small steps that take priority over this one. Nevertheless, I thought
I'd mention it hear to see what people think of the idea.
If there's enough interest, I could bump up the priority of this
feature, using it as a marketing tool for the game.
Anyway, post your thoughts here, or comment directly to the blog if
you like, especially if you don't think posting here would be