If you want to know why #ingress rocks, read on.

If you want to know why #ingress  rocks, read on. 

Originally shared by Brandon Badger

Fun to see the reviews of Ingress come in...

"If you've been paying attention to the news cycle lately, you've probably heard that Google—by way of the obscure "Niantic Labs"—released a game of some kind. You saw a trailer that depicted people discovering hidden energy fields within statues, landmarks, and artistic sculptures. You had no idea what was going on. You signed up for an invite anyway, because like any other weird Google product, you want in regardless of what it is. Well, I got my invite a couple days ago, and I'm happy to tell you, it's absolutely worth it.
To say that Ingress is amazing would be an understatement. While it seems like a relatively simple concept, and perhaps even downright common to players of MMORPGs, it's something that could only be done by Google, and goes far beyond simply a game. The point of Ingress is to get you out of the house and exploring your city. It's trying to get you to interact with strangers who have similar interests, and ultimately, to embrace creativity and curiosity. And it does so without being boring, or forcing you to do a lot of reading or homework. All Ingress does is get you to go places. From there, it's up to you."


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