Freeze Tag Inc (OTCMKTS:FRZT) have been trending higher since the start of June and is at $0.0130 as of this writing. Share prices have been trading in a 52-week range of $0.00 to $0.01. The company has a market cap of $21.29 million at 944.67 million shares outstanding.
In a press release, Freeze Tag Inc shared that its new Garfield GO, a free-to-play, augmented reality treasure hunting game, is now available on Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store.
“Garfield GO is the first augmented reality, location-based game that features the iconic Garfield cat character,” said Craig Holland, CEO of Freeze Tag Inc. “With millions of treasure locations and real money prizes to find, we think players of all ages are going to love playing Garfield GO”
Similar to Pokemon GO, players search for hidden treasures in their own neighborhood. With the help of 3D Garfield, players can discover coins in the map view, which reflects their surroundings.
“It’s so like Garfield to ask for food before he’ll find the treasure,” said Jim Davis, the creator of Garfield the cat, “He’ll do anything for lasagna.”
Freeze Tag Inc is a company that is engaged in creating mobile social games that are fun and engaging for all ages. Players can download the games for free or they can purchase virtual items and additional features within the game to increase the fun factor.
The company’s games encourage players to compete and engage with their friends on social networks, such as Facebook and Twitter. Its mobile games include Victorian MysteriesO and Unsolved Mystery ClubO, as well as digital entertainment, such as Etch A SketchO.
Freeze Tag Inc markets, sells and distributes its games primarily through direct-to-consumer digital storefronts, such as Apple’s App Store, the Google Play Store and Amazon’s App store. In addition to publishing its smartphone games on direct-to-consumer digital storefronts, the Company also publishes some of its titles on other platforms, such as the Facebook App Store, the Mac App Store and personal computer download portals, such as Big Fish Games and Gamehouse.