The developers behind the location-based Ingress games as well as the upcoming Pokemon GO title have revealed the details for their global Ingress First Saturday event this Saturday, November 7th, 2015. The event is actually pretty interesting in concept because it does actually happen across 100+ different cities around the world.
Every day we feature a new deal over on our store and today we were going to showcase the Backblaze Unlimited Backup 1-year subscription that is currently on sale. However, while looking through some of our other goodies, I spotted this rather cool Ingress battery pack, complete with animated lighting.
Niantic becomes independent company, set to receive user info from Google which users need to approve
Niantic Labs, the group behind Ingress and Field Trip, are now becoming independent from Google, likely stemming from Google’s restructuring into a subsidiary of Alphabet. They have sent out emails to users indicating not only that Niantic is now it’s open company, but also that they are to receive a transfer of information.
The location-based multiplayer game Ingress has been updated with a new feature that lets you play the game on a much smaller screen, that being the screen of your Android Wear watch of choice. The update allows users to boot the game up on their Android Wear watch, and proceed to play certain aspects of the game without having to use their phone or tablet.
[Updated] April Fools Day List Part 2: Hearthstone version 22.214.171.1245 Changelog, Pac-Man in Ingress, elgooG, Google Smartboxes and more
Yesterday we began rounding up the April Fools Day jokes and pranks we came across. Even though for us April Fools Day didn’t start until today, depending on where you live in the world April Fools Day was yesterday for you, hence the Google Japan jokes and Samsung getting in on the action as well. However, now it is April Fools Days for us and there are plenty of jokes and pranks going on already. We will just be keeping a running list of the funnier ones we see.
Google’s Niantic Labs have officially dropped the beta tags that having been hanging off their location-based MMO called Ingress for quite some time now. That means this game is now available for everyone who happen to want to get in on the action. Originally this game was supposed to drop its beta tags on December 14th, 2013 but for whatever reason it has happened today instead.
Google’s in-house game studio Niantic Labs has announced that their location-based MMO game Ingress will officially be a thing on December 14th, 2013. This means it will be dropping any sort of beta status which is has been in since it launched. In fact it was only last week that Ingress made the jump from closed beta to an open beta status.
Google’s in-house studio NianticLabs has finally taken the jump, changing their location-based MMO Ingress from closed beta status to an open beta one. So what exactly does this mean? It means you don’t have to wait for an invitation in order to grab this rather in-depth game. Instead you can head over to Google Play and snag yourself a copy of Ingress right now for free without the need for an invite from a friend.
The rather cool and popular location-based game Ingress has received a new update. For those of you out there who happen to be playing in the closed beta, a closed beta that has tons of players I might add, this update brings one feature in particular into the light finally, and by light we mean actually able to use them. Those are the Power Cubes.
For the most part most augmented reality games are usually of an MMO nature with a few exceptions to the rule existing. Google has already done its fair share invading the world with Android devices and now their in-house development studio, called Niantic Labs, have revealed an MMO augmented reality game called Ingress which looks pretty interesting to say the least.