Is it a Treasure Hunt? Is it a Scavenger Hunt? No - it’s a MAZUMA HUNT!
The Mazuma is burying money all over America, and its YOURS for the taking! If you love puzzles and mind games - and don’t mind a little physical activity - you’ll love Mazuma Hunt.
(San Diego) – NovaSine has introduced a new game for intellectuals that don’t mind getting their hands a little dirty. If you enjoy testing your mental prowess you should take a look at mazumahunt.com.
How does it work?
The Mazuma has buried $50 bills all over North America. Decode the clues to discover where the mazuma is buried and make a quick $50. Follow the instructions in the mazuma box and get another $50.
Wait a minute – The Mazuma?
Mazuma is slang for cash. “The Mazuma” is the little (well, not so little) guy that runs the game. You’ll see more of him in the future. The rest of us at NovaSine just try to keep him in supply of pistachios – not an easy task…
If you’re the first to recover the mazuma, email the serial number on the fifty-dollar bill to the email address in the container and the Mazuma will credit your account with an additional $50.
It’s that easy!
The clues start out easy and less specific, and become harder and more specific. The last clue will put you within 20 feet of the treasure. The hunt begins with a series of photos of the container being buried, and the immediate surroundings. Once you have the final clue and believe you are on the right path, these photos will help you pinpoint the mazuma. There are 20 clues per game.
After the first free game there will be games that will cost a small amount each. Early clues will cost 10 cents each, and later clues cost a little more as the information becomes more valuable in leading you to the mazuma. The total cost for all 20 clues is $5.
If you enjoy challenges, and think digging a 12” hole is worth $100, go to mazumahunt.com.
About NovaSine: NovaSine was founded in 2001 to focus on PC gaming. The thoroughbred racing simulation “Run for the Roses” was released in 2004. Recently released is CardShark2 - a software tool to learn Texas Holdem.
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