Tired of your kids playing video games? A Winona native is building a game that they can use while running around some Minnesota parks, according to the Winona Daily News.

In the game, by JackGames.com CEO Jordan Bieber, players can go on virtual quests through the parks while a GPS tracks the player's movement, according to the story. Bieber told the newspaper he plans to release the game as a free iPhone app sometime in March.

See the newspaper's story on Bieber here.

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