As Christmas edges closer and closer, we’re celebrating at Matmi Towers with the first of several festive-themed titles. The Babybel Buddies, who first made their debut back in October in the Babybel Buddies Bowling Halloween edition, are now all rugged up and ready for the icy blasts of winter in this Christmas themed update. You…
We are currently working on really exciting project with West Somerset Railway, inspired by The Smiler app it will include Gamified Augmented Reality.
A three-dimensional object captured with iPhone app Seene, available today, is hardly the stuff of a James Cameron movie — but is nevertheless incredibly impressive. With less than 30 seconds of setup after installing the app, you can record and manipulate an object in real-time, and in 3D. It’s like iOS 7 parallax gone wild.
For the last three years Matmi has been raising it’s little bundle of joy, Rollabear. We’ve nurtured it, stuck with it through hard times, but most importantly we have watched it grow into the game it is today. And now, the time has come, to pry Rollabear from Jeff’s loving grasp, and release it into the big wide world for everyone to enjoy!
Earlier in the year we had our first Windows mobile app, Monster Pinball HD. Now we can add Amazon to the many platforms Matmi is capable of reaching.
With over 500,000 Indian English language learners becoming fans of the official Facebook page of the UK-based Cambridge English Language Assessment, the page launched two years ago, has crossed the magic one million mark now.
Madmatigan and Willow get touchy feely with PocketWarwick
Join in the fun and download the app now – http://www.pocketwarwick.com/app/
PocketWarwick was runner up in the best mobile campaign category. Considering the winner was the campaign by Midnight Oil Creative to sponsor Square Enix new Tomb Raider game, I’d say that is pretty good going for our little digitised Warwick. Just add it to the growing evidence of proof for what Matmi can do for your brand.
Take out your phone or tablet, load up The Smiler App (if you haven’t already, grab the app here), tap the scanner button and prepare to be amazed as the newspaper pages come to life!