GPS Mission Awarded Top Game At 2009 Mobile Peer Awards

GPS Mission, a GPS-based game for the iPhone that involves real-world interaction based on GPS information collected by the device from German developer Orbster, was given the top award at the 2009 Mobile Peer Awards. GPS Mission lets users create their own real-world location-based games and activities that can be viewed on the iPhone, as well as other GPS-enabled Windows Mobile or Java handsets.

It’s easy to see why the over 1,000 attendees thought it was so great, too. The game has a thriving online community of users that have created things like scavenger hunts, self-guided tours, reenactments of real-life crimes, time traveling games and more in over 61 countries.

You can get GPS Mission for free in the App Store.

[via Pocket Gamer UK]

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