TURNING THE WORLD INTO
Quester is a GPS-based mobile game that allows players to embark on an exciting and magical journey in the real world.
To be the heroes of a unique adventure-story taking place on the streets of a real city.
Quester allows the users to write quests themselves,creating many diverse adventure stories!
The Quester app includes an embedded Quest Wizard, which is intuitive and simple to use.
It allows users to design a custom adventure story, determine the journey route, the heroes’ names and the types of challenges and puzzles themselves.
New quests can be developed using various existing adventure templates,
or even from scratch.
Quester is a fun, diverse game that encourages players to go out into the public space, experience their familiar routes in a different way, get to know
new people and unfamiliar places, and get better acquainted with each other.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Quester's adventure-story sends the player on a journey between specific sites in the real world: a square, an intersection, a statue in the middle of the park. At each site, the player faces a challenge, or a puzzle, associated with that specific location. Some may even involve cooperating with other players. Completing the challenge grants the player a clue, which will lead to the next site and the next chapter of the story.
WHAT TYPE OF QUESTS ARE THERE?
A Quest can be a fun chase after the robbers who stole the cake during a neighborhood birthday party, a journey in time through the alleys of ancient Rome or London or Jerusalem, a story that leads the participants through the "10 Must-See Spots" of a famous city, or challenges for role-playing fans (escape-room style), with advanced contents and challenges tailored for grown-ups.
WHO CAN CREATE?
Quest creators may be parents planning a treasure hunt for their daughter’s birthday party, a municipality or a museum seeking to give visitors an interactive experience, or even a local business owner who wants to expand his clientele, by offering free coffee to anyone who makes it to the last stop (his café, of course).