The multiplayer game that uses real-world environments as its playground is now even more accessible -- as an app on our wrists.
We embed in the field and go behind the scenes of Google's augmented reality game, Ingress. Is walking through the streets of hundreds of countries the future of gaming?
Google reaches across the aisle to Apple's platform with its hit game, which sees you running around real-world locations claiming them for your team.
Niantic adds more levels and in-game tools to Ingress in a bid to keep people playing its popular augmented geography game.
What do three novels, 15 e-book novellas, a stack of YouTube videos, and a geolocation augmented reality game have in common? They're all part of Endgame, the next game from Niantic Labs.
The search giant is reportedly adapting its popular mobile game Ingress for television. But don't expect Google to develop more TV shows.
The mobile game from Google's geo-location startup Niantic drops its invite requirement and opens a contest to visit Ingress headquarters as it prepares to leave beta in December.
Ingress product manager Brandon Badger told AllThingsD that the Niantic team is working on porting Ingress to iOS for a release sometime in 2014.
The Android game, in which people roam the world to capture territory, will migrate to iOS next year, according to a report.
Players of the augmented-reality title have long had the pleasure of experiencing its unique take on smartphone gaming. Now, Ingress is bringing some more traditional elements into the mix.