The folks over at Google’s Niantic Labs, creators of the virtual reality game ‘Ingress,’ has just made some announcements on its Google+ page.
The first is that the team is dropping the invitation code requirement so that all Android users can enter the Beta.
Over the past weekend Niantic Labs hosted a global event involving their ever popular Ingress. In celebration of the finale of that event, Ingress has graduated out of beta. In just over a year’s time the Niantic Labs has been quite busy.
I have 2 question about this game
Does ingress will still works if there's no internet connection? I have wifi on my house but outside there's none.
Is ingress will just collect data until its connected on the internet again?
Tragic moment last week, a mate just got his Find 5, loves it. I'm saving for my own. Anyway, the poor bastard dropped it into some water. :crying: Seemed fine, dried it off and riced it overnight. Worked ok, but occasionally the screen would shut off.
Google’s augmented reality game, Ingress, has reached a critical mass with a relatively large following even before it’s public release earlier today.
Although the game was set aside as a minor gaming project for Google’s Niantic Labs at its beta launch, we’re finally starting to see what all of this actually means.
John Hanke, a key leader on the project and a co-creator