Mogi: Socially Connected GPS Gaming

Posted: Jul 5 2004, 2:37am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 2:41pm CDT, in News | Technology News

 
Mogi: Socially Connected GPS Gaming
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Mogi, a GPS game that may be The Future of Mobile Content, Version 1.0. Mogi is a multi-player network game in which individuals or teams hunt down virtual treasures hidden in Tokyo's concrete jungle; Mogi players interact in ways that even the much-talked-about i-mode has yet to deliver. It's new for Japan, even newer for the rest of the world, and there's no lucrative revenue model. Yet.
Watch the Video Report about Mogi on Wireless Watch Japan.





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