Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Kempt - Also Available in HTML5

We often get asked what we think of HTML 5 - a strange question - like any tool HTML5 is great if it's selected for the right job. I guess we get asked because we used to be known for our Flash games, HTML5 is the expected replacement and yet we've appeared to be more focussed on high-end mobile app-games. However, between these major releases we have managed to get a few HTML5 games done and so we thought it was long-past time to do a bit of a run-down!

Stunt Guy 2.0 - HTML 5 Edition:

At Kempt we don't believe in doing experiments on our client's money or time (unless that's explicitly what they've asked for) so - if there's a new technology or approach we want to try out, we'll often come up with a self-inititiated project through which we can do the required learning. When it came to trying out HTML5 we didn't need to think very hard to come up with a idea. I don't know about you but we're obsessed with retro-games - particularly the cheap LCD ones you used to get in corner shops back in the late 80s - so, we decided to build our own one!

Check out Stunt Guy LCD Edition here.

Red Bull Focus - Test Games


This one is really interesting - produced as a 5-way partnership project between Kempt, Red Bull, Prime Decision, YNC and Hover - we worked closely with Prime decision to create a suite of games which would be a truly credible and scientific measure of focus without losing the all-important enjoyment of playing - a tough brief but hugely enjoyable to work on and I think the results speak for themselves!

Check it out at http://focus.redbull.com.

Activia Fruit Fusions - Puzzle Game

This one's hot off the press, released a few weeks ago and produced for Danone with our lovely partners at MEC. It's a simple tile-matching game designed to compliment their above the line activity for the new Fruit Fusion flavours they've just launched. The game runs flawlessly on both desktop and mobile devices and is largely being deployed as a rich media ad campaign via banners on several major networks but you can play it right now at http://danone.kempt.co.uk.

So, there you go! Can Kempt do HTML5? We sure can, how about we do one for you?!


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