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Halo 4 King Of The Hill App Fueled By Mountain Dew Released


Halo 4 King Of The Hill App Fueled By Mountain Dew Released

Halo gamers, listen up! Today, November 1st, is the launch date of the new Halo 4 App! Halo 4: King of the Hill Fueled by Mountain Dew is now available for download! The app is part of Halo 4’s parternship with Mountain Dew, Doritos, and 7-Eleven stores, and it will bring the in-game action of Halo 4 into the real world. The mobile app is free, and it uses location-based and image recognition technology to bring the Halo game alive in a new and exciting way. It mirrors a King of the Hill concept that users can play while in mulitplayer mode in the Halo game. The “hills” in the app are 8,000 7-eleven stores across the US, UK, and Canada.

Here’s how this app works:
-The game launches players into the World Map where they’ll be able to see their proximity to “Hills” located at 7-Eleven Stores near them.
-Once players are near a 7-Eleven store, they can scan Mountain Dew and Doritos products to reload and obtain in-game supplies.
-Players use these supplies to “attack” the current “King of the Hill” at a 7-Eleven Store location, or defend the title from other players. Players with the high score at each location become the “King of the Hill.”
-Players can win the exclusive custom “Locust” helmet by becoming the “King of the Hill, or in-game rewards such as Double XP through achievements earned in the game.
-Since there are 8,000 participating 7-Eleven stores – at least 8,000 prizes will be awarded each day.

As the first-ever app created that uses both GPS and image recognition technologies, the Proprietary Computer Vision/Augmented Reality technology allows the app to recognize Mountain Dew and Doritos products to reward virtual supplies to players. It uses GPS positioning to place virtual game elements in real world 7-Eleven stores to let fans unlock unique, in-game Halo 4 prizes (customized gear, themes, badges and XP). The app is available for download on iOS, Android and Windows Mobile Devices starting November 1st. Players can compete with one another on local and national levels – all they need to do is scan Mountain Dew and Doritos products at any 7-Eleven Store to get in-game supplies to keep the battle going at each store location.

If you’re excited about this type of gameplay, make sure to go download the app today!

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Monique Jones blogs about race and culture in entertainment, particularly movies and television. You can read her articles at Racialicious, and her new site, COLOR . You can also listen to her new podcast, What would Monique Say.

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