Snap, which previously appeared with the Bitmoji dance game in partnership with HiDef, is now here with the AR game Ghost Phone.
We shared with you that Snap will turn creators’ NFTs into AR filters . The company also takes a leading role in combining its experience in AR filters with gaming. Snap, which previously appeared with the Bitmoji dance game in partnership with HiDef, is now here with Ghost Phone .
Ghost Phone game details
It is possible to describe Ghost Phone as an AR horror game. Developed using Lens Studio and the web-oriented game engine Playcanvas , Ghost Phone brings ghosts to users’ environments thanks to its surface recognition technology.
Users find an abandoned phone in the game and are trying to find out what happened to Lisa, the previous owner of the previous phone, as part of the investigation. While users are messing with the apps on the phone, they start to face the ghosts around them via the phone.
Strengthening its network day by day on the mobile gaming side, Snap enabled its business partners to generate more than $1 million in revenue. Snapchat’s user base also shows significant interest in Snap games. To date, 300 million Snapchat users have played the game. As social networks prepare to transform into game-oriented metaverses, Snapchat is determined to consolidate its place in this ecosystem.