Great Global Treasure Hunt on Google Earth
The Interactive Puzzle Quest for €50,000
Dedopulos & Jonathan Lucas
This book is available for download with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device. Books can be read with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.
In 1979, the book Masquerade became an international best-seller. It was a puzzle book with no instructions or clues and gave one clever winner a very big prize. In 2011 Carlton Books re-invent this idea and bring it right up to date for the 21st century. Imagine the excitement of adventuring right around the world in search of fabulous hidden treasure. We live on a beautiful, awe-inspiring planet, and new cutting-edge technology is making it available to us in ways that previous generations could never have dreamed of. The Great Global Treasure Hunt on Google Earth takes you on a fascinating quest to uncover the resting place of a marvellous treasure that could earn the solver a cool €50,000.
the hunt is on...
this is the most interesting book since the da vinci code!
zar the alchemist has learnt a lesson. there are tricks and tricks galore in this. kronos will have to wait
The hunt is postponed
Using this book on iPad is iTad annoying. Turning the page is slow and awkward. You scroll across from written clue to image clue and it goes to far and turns the page. On the third clue half the written page has gone black - seems to be something to do with the audio player. When I tap on the coordinate links they open in google maps rather than google earth, I copy the coordinates and put them in google earth and they go to a different place! Bit of a problem if these coordinates are as important as the author makes out.
Wicked like wick.
I got the 50k in the bag!! Surely it will be mine.