Colour Points is a free treasure-hunting game in which players of all ages use their smartphones to search for hidden locations throughout the South East of England. Visit https://www.colourpoints.co.uk on your smartphone to play.
Colour Points sees players search for points of interest in over 40 towns and villages, including Guildford, Margate and the New Forest. The game was developed by Timothy Holt who is a Surrey resident and former student at the University for the Creative Arts in Farnham. He hopes his game will help keep players both mentally and physically active: “I think wellbeing is important and I hope this game encourages people to get out and explore.” Players visit https://www.colourpoints.co.uk on their smartphone and choose a location near them. They then walk between each point of interest shown in the photographs to complete the game. There are badges to collect and merchandise available to buy from each location including a T-shirt inspired by Alice in Wonderland author Lewis Carroll for players completing the game in Guildford. Colour Points is free to play and suitable for all ages.
Explore over 40 towns and villages across the South East of England. Choose your playable location to find unique points of interest, called Colour Points. You may surprise yourself to the Colour Points are near you.
Use the in-game colour indicator to reveal how close you are to each Colour Point.
Walk at your own pace or try to beat your family and friends time — each Colour Point includes a timer.
Collect in-game badges and game merchandise from each location.
Continue the fun on Instagram with the free Instagram filter from Colour Points. Use the AR filter on your face and see how you appear through the eyes of the Colour Points character.