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Naoplay Announces Upcoming Achievement Life App for iOS and Android

Are you a gamer? Are you an achievement/trophy whore? If you answered YES to either of those questions then you may want to keep your eyes open for the release of Naoplay’s Achievement Life app, which will allow you to score cheves for doing real life activities. Achievement Life will be released to the iTunes App Store, and the Android Market in February for no cost to you achievement hunters. I like the concept, and I definitely see myself checking AL out once it releases, but its success will lie in its design.

If it isn’t easy to use, or requires too much input on the users behalf then it’ll probably fail. If it’s polished, easy to use, and doesn’t require much thought then it should take off. I have a few screenshots of it listed below, but they don’t provide much of a look at how this app functions. You can also read the official press release to get a better idea of what this app is all about. You’ve been needing another reason to game while you’re not even gaming…

Achievement Life App by Naoplay Press Release

Don’t let the World ignore any of your personal achievements and make your life becomes the adventure to follow with this new “social game” from Naoplay:Achievement Life! Gamers can now extend their achievement hunt to real life and share the fun!

Using your phone camera to illustrate it, you can submit your real life achievement to the vote of the community and your friends. Vote for your favourite achievements while you are browsing them and share them through your social network accounts like Facebook, Twitter or Google+. Achievement Life also comes with a dedicated website.

Achievement Life will be available on iTunes and on the Android Market on February and will be free on both iPhone/iPad and Android platforms.

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Matt Heywood is the founder and EIC of EntertainmentBuddha.com where he strives to make you a better geek, one post at a time! When he’s not scouring the Internet for interesting nuggets of awesomeness he can be found in his secret lair enjoying the latest and greatest video games, taking pictures of toys, or talking Star Wars on EB’s Star Wars Time podcast show.