Over the years Matmi have produced many award winning and unique games. We have made hundreds and hundreds of engines in Flash and on mobile, tablet and Facebook; including social campaigns for MAC Cosmetics, ASDA, Iron Maiden etc.
We are currently working on really exciting project with West Somerset Railway, inspired by The Smiler app it will include Gamified Augmented Reality.
Yep, that’s right, Rollabear is really out NOW. We don’t need to tell you again the time, effort and major love that’s been poured in to this game. But what we will say is, it’s available from the Apple app store right now for a special early bird sale price of 69p!
We’re not big on the bragging here at Matmi. I mean, you may have heard us mention in passing that The Smiler app was featured in the Apple app store. And that it was also featured in the Windows app store recently. But we don’t like to talk about it much. We just thought we should mention, because we know it’s been on a lot of people’s minds lately, that The Smiler has now been featured in the Amazon app store too!
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!
Last night we were kindly invited to attend the MPA Awards with our friends at TBWA Manchester. Turns out our collaborative efforts on The Smiler campaign had got us a couple of award nominations!
We sent one of our developers off to Play Festival in Llanfyllin to show off our latest Phygital tricks using the Microsoft Kinect.
You may have heard us banging on about our new HTML5 game for the CBBC show Wizards vs Aliens. Well, as promised you can now unlock the next two levels ‘Benny’s Shed’ and ‘Zarantulus’.
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