Colour Points Treasure hunting game app is to be launched in Surrey giving its users an excuse to get out and explore the County. Featuring Guildford, Godalming, Farnham and more, residents of all ages will be able to take full advantage of this app now Lockdown has been lifted.
A fun, new treasure-hunting smartphone game has been launched in Surrey, before being grown across the South East of England.
Colour Points sees players search for points of interest in over 40 towns and villages, including Guildford, Margate and the New Forest.
The game was developed by Timothy Holt who is a Surrey resident and former student at the University for the Creative Arts in Farnham. He hopes his game will help keep players both mentally and physically active:
“I think wellbeing is important, and I hope this game encourages people to get out and explore.”
Players visit www.colourpoints.co.uk on their smartphone and choose a location near them. They then walk between each point of interest shown in the photographs to complete the game. Colour Points is free to play and suitable for all ages.
There are badges to collect and merchandise available to buy from each location including a T-shirt inspired by Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll for players completing the game in Guildford.