Indie Film Sparks a Treasure Cult: Players are Addicted to GPS the Movie and Game

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The soon-to-be released indie suspense/thriller film “GPS” has launched a real-life Treasure Hunt game that thousands are playing. The game involves online puzzles and riddles, a mystery, and optional live treasure hunts. It is the ultimate game for everyone - outdoor adventurers, homebody Internet surfers, movie buffs, and brainiacs.

Thousands of players have been getting their daily fix of online puzzles and riddles since the July launch of GPS The Game. Many of those players use their weekend to go on one of the hundreds of GPS Treasure Hunts that are an optional part of playing the Game. It is the ultimate game for everyone - outdoor adventurers, homebody Internet surfers, movie buffs, and brainiacs.

The online action begins the addiction: There's a list of puzzles and riddles to solve, and that list is growing everyday. There is also a Mystery featuring the characters that can be seen in the soon-to-be-released suspense/thriller film, “GPS.” As players advance in the game, they get to watch exclusive behind-the-scenes clips from the movie and mystery videos.

The treasure hunting further feeds the addiction: Prizes, Treasure Codes, Clues to the Mystery, and Character Trading Cards await players when they track down a treasure box. Many players are hiding and finding treasures in their own state as well as traveling to other states to find treasures. There are also players RV’ing across the U.S. looking for treasure boxes.

The online party is 24/7. Players chat on the Message Board, trade Character Cards in hope of compiling a complete set, and offer hints to each other for the trickiest puzzles. But they are careful not to give too much away, because there is a greater prize at stake. Top-scoring players will be entered into a final drawing for a chance to be the star of their own Mystery Adventure. Winners will be treated to airfare, accommodations, and their own thrilling, stunt-filled production where reality vanishes and the weekend becomes the ultimate adventure.

New players are joining the ranks daily, it is not too late to take your own shot at the game. You never know - you just might get addicted too.

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About the Company: and Right Way Productions LLC, the companies behind the movie “GPS,” are also the creators of the game. Founded in 1998, has fast become one of the largest filmmaking organizations in the world. With over 30,000 members and eighty chapters, successfully networks actors, filmmakers, and crew.

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Hallie Shepherd, Producer, Right Way Productions LLC, 206-714-9290

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