TRANSFORM YOUR CITY IN RED ROBOT LABS’ LOCATION-BASED LIFE IS MAGIC
Until recent years, games utilizing mobile device GPS for localization experiences have been few and far between. Android, iOS, Windows Phone, — even Sony’s PS Vita, with its “Near” feature — all support this relatively new take on games. Crackdown 2: Project Sunburst ventured into localization as a tower defense game set anywhere in the world of Bing Maps. Shadow Cities dabbled with augmented reality and location. Red Robot Labs, developers of Life is Crime, are also huge supporters of location-based gaming.