Mogi: Socially Connected GPS Gaming

[Wireless Watch Japan] You may have read about it in Wired or The Feature, but our program today is the first Web video coverage for 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.

You can now watch a preview or full version of the video program done by Lars Cosh-Ishii of WWJ in which you see me present parts of Newtgames’s Mogi GPS game. Enjoy.

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