IHOUSE Web Solutions, a real estate technology company, has announced the launch of an online real estate game that allows users to guess at the sale price of for-sale homes. The game features photos and listing descriptions of actual for-sale homes, and awards points based on how a player's guesses stack up against those of other players. The free "Price Me Now" game, created by real estate gaming company Realius, is available at http://ihousegames.com for markets in Arizona, Illinois and North Carolina. Realius also has plans to launch other real estate-related games. That company demonstrated its real estate games platform at last year's TechCrunch40 Conference, which showcases new technologies by startup companies. A version of the "Price Me Now" game is also available in the San Luis Obispo, Calif., real estate market through SLOHomeStore.com and in the San Francisco East Bay Area through Red Oak Realty. IHouse, a division of CIS Data Systems Inc....
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