Tuesday, 12 April 2011

Tuesday, 12 April 2011

Quarterly Round-up

With the first quarter of the year done and dusted we’re looking back with some degree of pride. Why's that? Well, we have been...


...in the App Store
We’re very excited about our just-launched debut iPhone game NinjaTrials. This unique and characterful puzzle platformer is a real labour of love and we hope you’ll take it to your hearts too: http://bit.ly/ninjatrials


...on Facebook
Our latest Facebook apps are going from strength to strength thanks to some deep feature integration. The Nation’s Noggin - http://bit.ly/nogginfb - and TinyTrials - http://bit.ly/ttrials - are great case studies for the power of Facebook to achieve sustained, targeted engagement. We’d be happy to tell you more.


...with popstars
With precision timing we released a game for Tinie Tempah, coinciding with his double win at the Brits. It incorporates fan-suggested gameplay elements and bespoke audio recorded by Tinie himself. We love him and we hope you’ll love his game: http://bit.ly/tiniegame


...nominated by peers
Yes, our work with Microsoft Advertising has been officially recognised as awesome: the suite of games produced for Pepsi Football Hero has been nominated for a Revolution award in the Best Viral category. We are humbled and we’ll be keeping our fingers crossed for this Thursday: http://bit.ly/revkempt


...geeking out
A little insight into our world: our “Show & Tell” sessions are an opportunity for us to share whatever’s rocking our world and to geek out constructively. You can read Paul’s write up of one such session here: http://bit.ly/hMqHPC


And finally, keep 'em peeled for our forthcoming project - it's a biggy for a rather large drinks company.


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