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Master Geek

# 115828 8-Apr-2013 17:44
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QONQR is a location based game where 3 factions fight it out for control of an area. Only problem is we need more players to make things interesting.
When I started playing the Faceless was dominating New Zealand so myself and a few others joined the Swarm. We have now pretty much taken over and gameplay is now very one sided.
Windows phone and iOS are supported, but winphone interface is much nicer.
Check it out

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Uber Geek

  # 795163 8-Apr-2013 18:07
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So, essentially Ingress for iOS and Windows Phone, with 3 factions?


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Master Geek

  # 795197 8-Apr-2013 19:39
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Yea, it looks a bit like Ingress, not sure which came first.

Once you level up a bit - your capability gets much better.

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Uber Geek

  # 795205 8-Apr-2013 19:57
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I'm pretty sure Ingress came first.
Ingress started in November last year.

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Master Geek

  # 795210 8-Apr-2013 20:12
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I have been playing Qonqr since November, not really sure it matters. Ingress is for Android, Qonqr for winphone/iOS currently, Android in the pipeline.

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Uber Geek

  # 795215 8-Apr-2013 20:24
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pwapwap: I have been playing Qonqr since November, not really sure it matters. Ingress is for Android, Qonqr for winphone/iOS currently, Android in the pipeline.

Fair enough. I didn't search very hard, but I couldn't find any info on when QONQR started.
I wonder if it will even make it past Google since it'll probably be stealing from the Ingress player base, not to mention the legal implications. I actually have no idea if Google have any IP with Ingress, but it would be something to consider when talking about QONQR coming to Android.

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