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'Travel back in time to the golden age of the Maya with 'TimeTours: Uxmal'. Discover a world heritage LIKE YOU’VE NEVER SEEN IT BEFORE.TimeTours is not just a typical guidebook. Instead, this virtual trip through time brings the past back to life using modern 3D reconstructions. The Now & Then time windows let you experience...
'Travel back in time to the golden age of the Maya with 'TimeTours: Uxmal'. Discover a world heritage LIKE YOU’VE NEVER SEEN IT BEFORE.
TimeTours is not just a typical guidebook. Instead, this virtual trip through time brings the past back to life using modern 3D reconstructions. The Now & Then time windows let you experience what the city looked like when ball games and human sacrifices were performed here. The new 'Now & Then & ...' bring the time of the rediscovery alive..
The spherical panorama views put you right into several important locations of ancient Uxmal using the built-in compass feature.
TimeTours is the perfect travel guide on location to get the most out of your visit. If you think old stones alone are a little "dry", use the treasure hunt and minigames as an entertaining diversion
Use TimeTours at home or in your hotel and browse through a wealth information and media while listening to Mayan rhythms. The music was created by David Kneupper, the composer for a popular Maya Jump&Run game.
TimeTours: Uxmal is -universal- (offering iPhone 4 Retina resolution) - once bought it can be installed on all devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod) and the technical features of each are fully used.
-Lots of infoscreens with graphics, photos and animations of every temple -10 Now&Then time windows -Now & Then & ... -Soundtrack with new maya rhythms -3 spherical panoramas that put you right into the ancient city -Treasure hunt (play on location or at home) using GPS and hidden-object game -Maya Quiz and Maya Memory / GameCenter support, lots of achievements -Two Time travel tour guides help you with all features of the App -Additional information on how to get there and where to stay -Puuc Route info'