Orienteering 2.0

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About this game

Orienteering 2.0 (OL 2.0) tries to simulate the orienteering sport in a virtual 3D environment. It allows beginner to experience orienteering or to practise some skills with a mobile phone without going to a forest.

2 modes, Event and Training, are available. Training mode has features that let runner practise different skills independently. When ready, a runner can challenge the Event mode, which simulate the real sport as much as possible. That means, the runner has to manual set map with a compass and rotate body to change forward direction.

Simulated orienteering experiences:
- Forest terrain
+ with trees, rocks and bushes
- Cross-country type orienteering
- Control points(CP) punching
- Map with contour lines and common colours
- Set Map
+ with a true compass and requires body rotation to change forward direction
- Step counting
+ fixed 1 step 1 meter
- Clue Sheet
+ show distance in meter between successive CP's in column H
- Result Sheet
- CP's of other course
- Night orienteering
- Orienteering in foggy conditions

Application features
- Game zone (VZ) is a virtual 3D forest
- Compass syncs with the forward direction of VZ
- Event mode simulates the real sport
- Training mode includes 3 assistive features
+ select to show current position on map
+ select manual or auto set map (sync map to compass north)
+ select either Compass Control or Swip screen to rotate VZ direction
- Run app in both portrait or landscape device modes and can change anytime during the game
- Design to running in both mobile phone and tablet
- "Information" page brief some major aspects of the sport and the app.

- before first time run, calibration of device compass may be needed, also ensure no magnetic or metallic objects are around
- only the basic contour lines are shown, i.e. no slope line, form line and, index contour, ...
- to emphasize the sport nature, in Event mode runner can only rotate the body to change direction in the VZ,
so cannot run the game when sitting on a chair
- if the device compass is not working probably, a runner can only use the swipe screen feature in Training mode to change direction
- this App has too much details for most mobile device screens, so we suggest runners take a rest to relax the eyes after each course
- drawing terrain consumes a considerable amount of power, make sure to reserve enough power for the device to perform its primary role.
- we suggest each runner tries at most 5 courses daily, that will keep both the eyes and the device battery healthy.

This app is ads-support, so ads will be shown from time to time, especially during break time.

We welcome feedback. Feel free to share your experiences. That helps us to improve.
Updated on
Oct 26, 2018

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
App activity and Device or other IDs
No data collected
Learn more about how developers declare collection
Data isn’t encrypted
Data can’t be deleted

What's new

- fix new android version problem

- add privacy policy

- add orienteering in fog
- add more courses