Fitness game Run To My Heart wins Pokémon Go studio contest


Members of family team JC Soft, whose Run To My Heart app won Niantic's Developer Contest. — AFP Relaxnews

Augmented reality game Run To My Heart, an app that encourages players to stop themselves from turning into literal potatoes, has won the inaugural Niantic Beyond Reality developer contest, a competition put on by the company behind Pokémon Go and Harry Potter: Wizards Unite.

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