Xrundan is a treasure hunt gaming app, a digital version of ‘Tipspromenad’ which is popular as a ‘walk around quiz’. Players will have a map where the QR code is hidden. He or she has to scan the QR code to get the question that needs to be answered before moving on to the next question. This gaming app supports an NGO which donates 60% of payment to different charities.
The development process of Xrundan was an engrossing ride because we had many different challenges during the development phase. The first challenge was to create the digital version of the popular treasure hunt game “Tipspromenad”. Generating a dynamic QR code for every quiz question was another. One of the major problems was Swish payment integration. Also, raising the actual destination-wise questions, winner report calculation, geography-wise reports, and gender-wise reports were an intractable issue.
For creating the digital version of the quiz, we used the QR codes which will show the questions once it is scanned. We developed our own algorithm for generating dynamic QR codes every time. By making use of the multiple joints and multiple views, we generated a solution for the customized reports. We asked for the certificate from the bank which was then delivered to the Swish. Swish processed the certificate and sent us the link which we integrated in our system. We also used the third party API which helped us connect with the Swish server.
The user can check the dining history to repeat or not to repeat the last order.
If a user decides to eat at home, they can pick up their order with a prior booking and without having to wait in the line.
Table can be reserved for a particular date to mark the celebration of the special occasion. User can pre-order and make the payment in advance for the same.
The drive-through option helps to get the order right in the car without having to get out or wait long in the waiting line.