Geocaching Alternatives - GeoCheckpointing, GPS Games, Munzee And Tourality
By Bedrich Omacka

A lot of GPS users spend their past-time by geocaching, a nice outdoor activity where the users find hidden containers called geocaches. However, some people may also like another GPS games. This article introduces some geocaching alternatives like GeoCheckpointing, GPS Games, Munzee and Tourality.


The newest game for GPS users was developed to enhance the users' experience. GeoCheckpoints are not hidden like the caches, they are clearly visible so you will find them in a minute and then you can continue in your trip. There are also no paper logs. You note a three-letter code on the GeoCheckpoint and use it to log your visit on the official GeoCheckpointing website. In short, if you prefer to spend more time by moving outdoors and less time by searching hidden containers and writing logs, than GeoCheckpointing is the right geocaching alternative for you.

GPS Games

GPS Games come with very interesting concept. If you visit their website, you will have an option to choose from multiple games -- Geodashing, Shutterspot, MinuteWar, GeoPoker, GeoGolf and also traditional Geocaching. Based on the forum reviews it seems the most popular game is Geodashing. In this game there are randomly generated coordinates around the world and the participants try to visit them as most as possible during a month. GPS Games is a great geocaching alternative for those who like less traditional game concept.


Munzee users need to download a special application for their android smartphone or iPhone. When they find the control point called Munzee they use the application to scan the QR code. This QR code is a confirmation that they found the munzee. Some munzees can be found in the traditional geocaches. Munzee may be an alternative to geocaching for those who prefer the paperless geo hunts, however, it is limited to smartphone users.


The target of Tourality is to reach some places in the game set by moving towards them. There are several game modes which can be played. Tourality seems to be ideal alternative to the geocaching game for those who like FTF hunts.

All these games for GPS users have one in common -- they are played outdoors so it is more healthy to spend time with them comparing with computer games. If you choose any of them you will probably enjoy a lot of fun and meet other people who are enthusiastic about outdoor GPS games.

Author recommends to your attention GeoCheckpointing, a GPS game where users hunt control points GeoCheckpoints. Read more information how to find GeoCheckpoints.

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Games With GPS?

By Donald Stuart


GPS or Global Positioning System is now popularly known as a car accessory, a fish finder, a sports watch feature, a hiking and sailing equipment and an overall safety navigation gadget. Thanks to the practical applications of its capacity to produce fairly accurate coordinates of certain country, city, street or any location, getting lost at any point in the world has become a thing of the past. Its tracking features only solidified its reputation as a safety and security essential. It has helped people get through rescue missions and other life-saving missions. But when you thought that you know everything you need to know about GPS think again. In addition to its practical applications, GPS also plays interesting roles in doing leisurely activities. Enjoying fun games with GPS provides you with the perfect game opportunities to spend quality time with your friends, family, partners, or colleagues.

To add a certain twist to your usual hiking trips, why not make it more like a race. Rally all your friends and decide on a new hiking location to spend your weekend or holiday adventure. Do it in pairs or in teams. Decide on taking an adventure in an unfamiliar location and race together to reaching your pit stop. With the use of a GPS receiver, each pair or team would strategize on deciding and planning the shortest and fastest way to get to the pit stop. Whoever gets to the destination first will win. Adding elements of racing to your usual hiking feats will not only help you to bond with your friends or test your GPS and explore its other useful features, it also throws in a side-effect of a good physical exercise.

Fishing is perhaps the most popular hobby of all time. Father and sons, father and other fathers, grandfather to grandson; fishing can be a man thing but it is sure part of a life-long tradition of trying to get the biggest catch of all. Now you may enjoy the laidback feel of fishing activities, with you waiting hours and hours for some fish to tug the strings of your fishing rod. Now there's a new way to hunt the biggest fish of the season. The solution lies in a GPS fishfinder. GPS fishfinder is a combo GPS device that integrates fish finding features. With the use of sonar and thermal imaging technology, anyone who holds a fishfinder GPS can ensure the biggest catch in the pack. GPS fishfinders have long been used by commercial fishing boats to ensure a big catch every time. Not only that; the device's sonar imaging features allow them to avoid trenches and sea protrusions that collide, brush and damage their boats.

Did you ever enjoy mock treasure hunts or hunting games during your childhood? Now here is the chance for you to relive your glory days without looking really silly. Putting a modern twist and amplifying the thrill factor of treasure hunting, geocaching has become the biggest game the day. Geocaching is basically played by pairs or teams, which are equipped with gadgets to help them locate caches or treasures at certain points specified in the game. When kids play geocaching right at their local park and at certain areas in the community, big boys and girls go worldwide for geocaching. With the aid and guidance of a dependable GPS receiver, each participant goes from one point to another to get ahead of competition by locating and logging in to each cache point first.

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