You like new features, don’t you? Can’t get enough? Need them to satisfy your insatiable craving for things? Oh, that’s okay. Here’s some information about cool new things we’ve built for you.
At iGamesNews – and ReedPop more broadly – we’re always thinking about how to improve your gaming life. Whether it’s by offering advice on what to play (and not to play), or a guide to games you might come across, we’ve got your back.
Today I’m excited to introduce you to our newest useful tool: the Game Interactive Map. Like Google Maps (sort of), but for video games.
Our first interactive map is for Children of the Forest, an open world survival game full of cannibals and sharks! Gaming has never been more intense.
Our Children of the Forest map has over 500 points of interest, all compiled by our team of talented guides at ReedPop.
Now, everything is fine, but I made a small map for iGamesNews readers to enjoy. Here is a map of my home!
Wondering where I make my coffee? it’s there. Wondering if there are scary monsters in my house? include. Wondering how much square footage my two kids own/operate/rule? mark. This map is truly an insight into Minecraft. I hope you like it. Before you ask, yes, I did design all the map markers myself in Paint.
Maps are available for desktop or mobile, and different items can be toggled on or off to help you focus on your goals.
Our plan is to build and maintain maps for the biggest open world games to help you find your way faster.
I’d love it if you could try out our first map, feel free to let us know what you think in the comments.
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