Santa and his reindeer are not far, just look around you! 0santa (ZeroSanta) is an Augmented Reality (AR) game that you can play on iPhone 2G, 3G and 3GS. 0santa features proprietary Augmented Reality (AR) Technology by 0cog Inc.
FEEDBACK REQUESTED: Please provide comments on the game. It is important for the improvements and enhancements. We really are interested in what device you are using, since some older devices may not be supported.
HOW TO PLAY
Looking for Santa? Just press the Start button to start the game. When you see Santa, throw snowballs at him and receive gifts in return. Be careful not to hit the reindeer or they will return to the North Pole with Santa.
There are 2 modes in which you can play the game. The default allows you to find Santa around you at eye level. The other mode is called the "Wheel Mode", and it allows you to use your iPhone like a steering wheel. The Wheel Mode gives you additional controls when you try to find or aim at your target. You must enable the Wheel Mode in order to have the additional control. Users with older iPhone models may only be able to experience some aspects of AR.
0santa is an Augmented Reality (AR) game that requires spinning and fast body movements and therefore it may cause motion sickness. For your safety, please play in a safe environment free of obstructing objects. For more information, please visit our website at http://0cog.com.
0santa (ZeroSanta) is developed by 0cog, Inc., a leader in Augmented Reality (AR) and advanced software development located in Silicon Valley, California. 0santa features proprietary Augmented Reality (AR) Technology. Visit us at 0cog.com and check out more of our exciting and innovative products in the near future.
Game Concept and Design: Christophe NEY
Game Programming: Guillaume RIVIERE
3D Graphics: Eric WEISS
Graphic Design: Daryl TEMPESTA
Marketing & Coordination: Glen CARL
Many thanks to the following individuals who have contributed in many ways to this game: Maria CUSIMANO-CARL, Mathieu & Lisa NEY for testing, - daveincamas, Bristolstories, FreqMan, rettalo and freesound for providing sound samples on freesound.org, and Alex RESTREPO for his MP3 library.