The Sun Sentinel spoke with our co-founder Ilene Jones about Hurricane apps in the App Store on Wednesday about hurricane apps and the Red Cross.
The main point of Sea Legs was to help with players who have other players near by, whom they don’t want to see maps for. This is usually husband/wife/significant others/family members who are playing with one another, but don’t want to pillage one another. You cannot see the other crew member’s treasures, but you can still trade through the store as you could before. It is still an insecure way to trade, which means there is a chance that another player may nab your goodies before the trade is complete.
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Here at Kitty Code, like most companies, we like to celebrate great achievements. This week’s great achievement was our landmark delivery of the 500,000th treasure in Traveler’s Quest, our GPS driven virtual treasure hunting game. We celebrated the achievement with a long running “guess the date” contest on Facebook, run by “Late Red” one of our most active social players in the UK. Continue reading “Traveler’s Quest celebrates 500,000 Treasures”
Did you know that all you need to do is pull down on the storm menu, just like refreshing timelines on Facebook and Twitter.
Did you know that Traveler’s Quest is now FREE? Yep, that’s right! In our last release, we added in the Mega Treasure Room In-App Purchase which allows us to give new players a 25 treasure “trial” of our great game for free! Players who love the game can upgrade their treasure room, giving them the same features as our previously paid app. We hope you love the game, and come back to hunt with us again soon!
Don’t have Traveler’s Quest? Get our award nominated GPS Treasure Hunt Free from iTunes today!