There's a new location game called Pinpoint on Windows Phone from the team behind Foundbite. As you know, or at least should know, Foundbite is an exclusive Windows Phone app that allows you to capture the atmosphere of a place, event or experience. It does this by combining images with audio to create some cool clips called Foundbites. This new game uses those Foundbites and their location data to make you guess their whereabouts.
Pinpoint by Foundbite is designed to quiz you on their geographical knowledge. Your job is to guess the location based on sights and sounds. You'll then place a pin on a map and gain points based on how close you were to guessing the correction location. Hit the question mark icon to place your pin on the map.
It's an easy game to pick up and play and tests your eyes and ears. You'll feel like Sherlock Holmes after playing a few rounds. Grab the game and take it for a spin.
Pinpoint by Foundbite is a clever game and a great way to leverage all the data created by Foundbite users. Grab the app and let us, and the developers know what you think! Be sure to hit up the developer James Mundy (@_jamesmundy) with any feedback! The game does work with 512 MB devices, so you folks out there rocking those Lumia 520's and Lumia 630's are good to go!
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