It looks like way back in February we missed Monster Pinball HD coming over for Windows Phone–consider this our makeup. The game is normally found on iOS and Android hardware, but it recently made a transition over to Windows Phone. Going for $2.49 with no free trial, the game is by no means cheap but it’s pretty decent for what it is.
Here at Matmi we don’t like to let our fantastic work be forgotten, so lets take a look back at the digital campaign we produced for Vimto in 2007.
Vimto appointed Matmi to design & deliver the digital elements of its brand strategy. The objectives were:
To create new teen-oriented site with interactive and viral content,
To create a social networking strategy to change the perception of the brand in the under 30’s age group.
Since the inception of the PocketWarwick, Matmi have had the pleasure of working closely with Warwick Davis and his team for months now; creating new, fun (and some funny) assets for the app. However, PocketWarwick is not the only project we have worked with Warwick on. Our most recent joint project was the re-design of his online signature shop website, www.thesignatureshop.co.uk.
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!
Prepare to be Marmalised! Take a look at our latest mobile game release for Alton Towers Resort’s new world-first rollercoaster, The Smiler, opening in May 2013. And be careful! The Smiler is an all-knowing, controlling force intent on turning riders into compliant smiling advocates. Enjoy. Smile. Always. We’ve melded everything we know about gameplay, instant win…
Gamification: A New Way of Marketing from Matmi
We created a branded advergame called “Lilly Allen in: Escape the fear” featuring a free play of the album’s debut, and released it six weeks before the single was available to buy. The artist’s appeal ensured a rapid spread of the game online, snaring fans and gamers alike.
In 2010 Matmi were approached by Barrie D’Rozario Murphy to produce five free-to-play online and mobile games for United Airlines, designed so that each game promoted a different flight upgrade option.
An age old but still fantastic little advergame (if I do say so myself). By November 2011 the game had received: 19 million plays in its first A 25% return A 6+ minute dwell time Check out the game HERE. Along with developing the game, Matmi also created a micro-site for the game and other downloadable products…
The day has finally arrived. PocketWarwick is now not only available on iOS devices but he can also now be found on Google Play!