HOUSTON, Oct. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- zGames, the mobile game division of Softeq Development Corporation, today announced the release of zGhost, the augmented reality app that lets users see ghosts using their iPhone's camera. zGhost is available immediately for $0.99 from Apple's App Store.
"Ghosts are perfect for augmented reality. Seeing a ghost hovering in your living room, closet, or basement is scary and fun. I still jump every time I find a ghost!" stated Terry Marshall, Marketing Manager for Softeq. "And with zGhost's new 'Ghost Yourself' feature, you can create ghosts of yourself, your friends, or family, using any photograph."
With zGhost, the glow of the ghost's ectoplasm is detectable and visible via the iPhone's camera. You can hunt for ghosts around you or attract a ghost to haunt a particular location. See and find both friendly and freaky ghosts, and some unique to Halloween. The zGhost Radar can help you find them, or listen with headphones to find the locations of ghosts with 3D sound detection.
Key Features of zGhost include:
- Find and see over 16 different ghosts
- Innovative "Ghost Yourself" feature lets you turn yourself or friends into ghosts
- Take ghost photos and post to Facebook
- Hear ghosts in 3D space using earphones
- Ghosts may try to scare you
zGames is a multi-platform provider of innovative, imaginative and fun mobile applications and games for all ages. zGames is a division of Softeq Development Corporation. zGames creates leading edge mobile applications for the latest mobile platforms, while also showcasing Softeq's technical software capabilities. For more information, visit www.zgames.com.
About Softeq Development Corporation
Softeq specializes in custom technical software and firmware for embedded and mobile devices. For 15 years, Softeq has provided onshore and offshore software services to the largest names in consumer electronics. For more information, visit www.softeq.com.
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Marketing Manager, zGames