Last week, I posted a review of the game Geoquest. This week, I have the privilege of sharing an interview I was able to do with the creators, geocaching enthusiasts J Paul Keller and his son Jason. Unfortunately, the audio recording I made of the interview did not record Jason’s input, so his dialogue will not be included. However, pretty much everything he said was reiterated by his father, so don’t feel like you’re missing out on anything just because his words don’t appear below!
PinkFae: So what made you guys decide to make this game?
J Keller: We love games, and we’re pretty active in geocaching. I think we ended up looking for one, and there wasn’t anything out there, and we thought we could probably do that. It kind of evolved about ten years. We made a prototype, and it was fun, and it started getting better and better, so we thought, ‘Let’s see if we can actually do this.’ Continue Reading →