March 11, 2009 by James
The creators of the upcoming Seek ‘n Spell game for the iPhone sent a word along letting us know that it was submitted for review into the AppStore.
Seek ‘n Spell is a unique “real-world” game that uses your iPhone 3G and its GPS, along with a group of friends that have this device.
…you head outside to the nearest park or other large open space. Start up the game, and your phone will display a map of your location and letters all around your playing field. Run around to collect the letters, and when your location matches the letter location, you pick up the tile. You can have 10 letters at a time, and the object of the game is to build as many words as you can. The more letters in your words, the more points you get, and the player with the most points at the end of the game wins.
This is a rather unique concept for a game, making some real good use of iPhone’s GPS feature.
This game was just submitted into the AppStore, and it will be available as soon as Apple accepts it. In the meantime, check out its official website for more information.
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