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STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS App Launches With Surprises In Store!

February 5, 2013
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Love Star Trek? Waiting with baited breath to see Star Trek: Into Darkness? Then you need to check out their new app!

Get it at Apple's App Store or Google's Play Store right now!

Here's some more info on what to expect from the app:

Created with both hardcore fans and casual users alike in mind, the Star Trek app features 30-40 missions, with up to 10 available at any given moment and also the option to pass on missions. Fans should be on the lookout for fresh missions to be added each week.

In an article at Hero Complex, it was noted that missions will include scavenger hunts, from visiting an AMC theater to scanning the newest Star Trek Into Darkness poster. Several missions will rely on an audio scan function to recognize and reward (with points) users who are perusing Trek content. Further, the app gathers news stories about Star Trek Into Darkness, interviews, extended clips and trailers, as well as photographs.

So what surprises does it have in store? Well, we can't tell you what yet, but you can find out by watching their Superbowl commercial this Sunday, February 3 on CBS. Trust us, if you're looking forward to seeing this'll want to download this app. That's all we can say or the folks at Paramount will send the Klingons to our front door. And they don't make good house guests.
Check out some screenshots from the app:
Star Trek Into Darkness App

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