Saturday, May 9, 2015

Bugs and Improvements

Add comments to this post with any bugs you find, or suggestions for improving the game.

Missing Plates

If you think I'm missing a plate, leave a comment on this post with the details.  Even better if you have a picture.  Note, pictures are best if they are flat, don't have a shadow, are well exposed and in sharp focus.  Also, please let me know if I have rights to use the picture in the game.  Also important, if it's not your car, tell me that so I can change the numbers around to not make it a real person's plate.

What State Should I Add Next

Adding state details takes a bit of effort.  I'm adding them in the order that I want.  But, if you are enjoying the game, and you are from a state without details yet, I want to hear from you.  Add a comment to this post on the states you most want added to the game.  Those will push to the top of my list.

Don't hunt and drive!

Welcome to PlateHunt

PlateHunt is the classic road trip game for finding license plates ... but on steroids.  Of course, it lets you track license plates from each of the 50 US states.  And beyond that, it includes Washington DC, all the Canadian provinces, US government plates, and diplomatic plates.  But this is where it gets crazy.  Each state produces dozens of specialty plates, including those honoring veterans, college affiliations, clubs and special causes, and various commercial and government plates.  PlateHunt lets you log those too.

Have fun with the game.  All I ask is that you not play the game while driving.  Let a passenger do the logging.  For that matter, don't text and drive, or read Facebook and drive, or basically use your smartphone while driving.