Spartacus Hypogeum

Spartacus Hypogeum

By Starz Entertainment, LLC

  • Category: Entertainment
  • Release Date: 2012-11-29
  • Current Version: 1.0.3
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 37.78 MB
  • Developer: Starz Entertainment, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later.
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 10 Ratings

Description

Before The War of the Damned, there was the Battle For Nuceria. The coming season of Spartacus: War of the Damned almost is upon us! To celebrate, we have launched the Battle For Nuceria, an amazing digital experience where you become a Rebel in Spartacus’ army and earn points, claim rewards and win prizes by performing special missions. The Hypogeum app is a crucial tool in the Battle For Nuceria! In order to participate in Battle For Nuceria, you need this app. The Hypogeum app allows you to take part in various check-in missions, scanning missions, receive communication from Rebel Leaders, check your progress, share your achievements, and watch videos of the cast of Spartacus: War of the Damned. Check In: Throughout Battle for Nuceria, you will be instructed to “Capture” all sorts of locations. Romans will stand guard in front of unclaimed locations. Rebels will greet you at locations that have already been captured. Scan: In certain missions, you will need to locate and scan the Rebel Mark, the official mark of Spartacus’ rebel army. You will know it when you see it. In other missions, you will need to find and scan the Spartacus: War of the Damned posters. Compete: During Battle For Nuceria you are playing for prizes that will be awarded to users. By performing missions, you not only unlock rewards, but you also earn points towards your grand point total. The more points you get, the higher you will place on the Battle For Nuceria Leaderboard. Share: There are ways to earn points by sharing your activities on Facebook and Twitter, so be sure to tell your friends and help build the Rebel Army to seize Rome. Messages: Receive messages from the Rebel Leaders via exclusive push notifications. We highly recommend you sign up online
 at The Rebel Encampment (http://BattleForNuceria.com) for the full experience. Once you have done so, complete the Mission 1 on The Rebel Encampment playing the Rebel Training challenge. Then, simply synch your online account by logging in on the Hypogeum app to participate in mobile missions, keep track of your scores, earn points for rewards and more! Set hands to task!

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Reviews

  • Can't get it to work

    1
    By Jesse-simmons
    I have an ipad 2 wifi and it will not let me do anything at all. Every time I try to sign in it says it can't find a connection.
  • Great concept.

    3
    By Ncollins135
    I really love Spartacus and I was really excited for the interactive features.. But I was a bit let down by how it played out. I'm not sure if anyone else has this problem, but the app crashes every time I try to scan anything, so the app is practically unusable. Which brings to the next point that the missions and add to the community rewards rely more heavily on the app participation than on the web portion, which makes it a bit frustrating when the app crashes and prevents its usage. If you're lucky and it doesn't crash, then it is a wonderful app, otherwise don't waste your time getting frustrated over refreshing the app..
  • Confusing but groundbreaking

    3
    By Flashpaper
    Perhaps the nature of trying something this new is that it can seem a bit odd at a times. Stick with it. What these folks are trying to do is not easy, and they have clearly put a LOT of effort into it. I was confused because I could not click on a link that said "Download to iTunes" anywhere, or something similar. This isn't really their fault, so much as it is a limitation with the way things are done with iTunes. Then when I went to collect resources I actually didn't have to travel to the location where I needed to get the resources...but it's SO COOL that real world locations close to me are listed by the app as places to get resources from! So give it a chance and have patience with it. They are doing something really different and daring, like the series itself!

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