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Picture gaming seems to be the thing of the moment. It was only last week that we reviewed an app called ZoomIt! that claimed to be the 'world's first photo sharing game' and here we are with another. PicSo, however, can be far more than just an entertaining game. While it is certainly a lot of fun to play, it can also offer up an educational and informational slant to the photo sharing and gaming concept. This next generation app mixes picture sharing, social networking and games by asking you to include questions, questionnaires and simple quizzes to your photos when you send them to friends and opponents. Your PicSo replies can give you the most interesting and informative answers to your questions.
PicSo - Pic Something is a brand new application that is truly a first of its kind. Part photo sharing and part game, it aims to et you pose questions with your photos to stimulate an even greater interest in your subject. Challenge your friends, your acquaintances or the many random folks that you have met on the global network to answer the posers that you have set them. All you need to do is to take a picture of something amusing or interesting - or maybe something that emphasizes the question that you wish to ask - before cropping, editing, reframing, zooming in or applying filters as well as drawing on photos before sending them to friends. Finally, add a bit of extra fun by posing different challenges to your friends and turn it into a game. Think of a clear message or question that you want to pose, attach your photograph or the picture you have edited and hit the send button in the PicSo application. You can answer your friends’ questions by posting pictures instead of words, making the process even more fun. Earn gaming points by posing and answering picture questions while potentially learning more about your friends, acquaintances or global users in general. Alternatively, they can learn more about you or your picture subject.
PicSo has the potential to be a little more than just a fun little time waster. It's clear that people love posting photos on their social networks and it's also certain that people love playing games online so it seems sensible to combine the two. PicSo is easy to use with everything familiar to regular photo sharers who can edit and apply cool filters to their photos before putting them out there. The hardest thing to do will be to think up the questions to illustrate your photo and confound your friends and opponents. There is a player ranking feature for the competitive types and, if you want to get really clever, you can find out heaps about a particular place or other things of interest, by posting the right photos and asking the right questions. PicSo turns photo sharing into a fun game that might just teach you something about your friends, where they live or the things they use.