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A new innovative gaming website has officially been launched, taking users on an interactive treasure hunt around the web. Players complete a series of games on various sponsor’s sites across the internet, which have been developed by viral gaming company, T-Enterprise.

This week marks the launch of, an innovative new website that takes users on an interactive treasure hunt game around the web. The website and the games that make up the weekly treasure hunt have been created by one of the UK’s leading flash gaming and viral development companies, T-Enterprise.

Registered users pay $1 to enter the treasure hunts each week; the treasure hunt will be made up of 20 separate games, which users will have to complete in order to receive a password that will enable them to move on to the next game. Players are faced with the added challenge that they are up against a countdown clock in each game and need to complete it before the time runs out in order to receive the password.

The team behind Ntrails have built partnerships with various sponsor websites across the internet, each of which house games that make up the treasure hunt. Once directed to the site on which the game waiting for completion can be found, users are required to hunt around various sections of the website before they will find the game to play.

Each $1 paid for weekly entry by users goes straight into the prize fund, meaning that if 1,000,000 people have registered to play, $1,000,000 will be up for grabs. All running costs are covered by the sponsor websites which means all of the money that Ntrails gamers invest to play the weekly Treasure Hunt will go into the prize fund.

The games are time released, so that users from all over the world have the opportunity to take part at a time that suits them. For example, the first game in a weekly treasure hunt will be released on Sunday at 17:00 BST and the 20th game to complete the hunt will be released the following Saturday at 17:00 BST.

In total, there are 20 passwords to collect, which need to be entered correctly by players in order to complete the treasure hunt. Winners will be the first users to reach the end of the treasure hunt each week, before a new game begins and the process starts again.

There are also sample games to play on the homepage, should users wish to occupy themselves between Treasure Hunt games being released. Examples of the games users might be faced with on one of the Ntrails Treasure Hunts are word searches, puzzles and jigsaws.

Ken Gauld, founder of, commented on the launch of the site:

“We wanted to come up with an idea that was fresh and original and think that is exactly that. The concept is not gambling; users simply pay $1 per week to enter the treasure hunt, but they have no commitment to return the following week to enter the next treasure hunt.

“We’re really pleased with how the first game went and look forward to seeing the progress of future treasure hunts. As more people register and enter the treasure hunt, the prize fund will continue to grow and grow and users could potentially win thousands, if not tens of thousands. We’re really happy with the standard of games that T-Enterprise have developed for us and have high hopes for We’re looking forward to developing new, fun games for the Treasure Hunt as we move forward.”



For more information, or to arrange an interview with Ken Gauld (Chief Operations Officer of Ntrails Ltd), please contact Shannon Haigh of 10 Yetis PR Agency on 01452 348211 or e-mail

Editor’s Notes:

Ntrails was set up in 2010 to offer a low cost, fun, exciting Treasure Hunt game that everyone could play. The idea was to have a game that could offer big prizes but where running costs would be covered by sponsors. Thus every cent that players paid to play the game would be paid back out in prizes.

The Ntrails Treasure Hunt is a game of skill, not luck, so it’s not gambling. Winners will be the first people to complete the Treasure Hunt having entered all the passwords correctly. The Treasure Hunt will be developed as it grows and more new mini games will be added.

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