You may have heard us mention once or twice that TBWA approached Matmi to collaborate on a mobile game to accompany the launch of Heide Park‘s new winged rollercoaster “Flight of the Demon”, the first of it’s kind in Germany.
Last month Jeff jetted off to Dublin after he was invited to speak at the first ever AR Marketing Conference, held at the Guinness Storehouse.
For the lucky folk who’ve visited West Somerset Railway in the last three months you will have already seen our Heritage Hunter app in action.
Heide Park approached Matmi to build the Flight of the Demons game to support the opening of the first winged rollercoaster at the theme park.
For the latest installment of Matmi’s Big Mouth, Jeff wants to talk about the leisure industry and why we are loving working with it at the moment.
Years and years ago when I started using computers I had a keyboard and a big tape drive and eventually this new thing called a mouse. It was an interface we’d never had and it changed the way we used computers then.
History, heritage and travel are often three things you will hear in the same sentence. How about Augmented Reality, heritage and travel? No?
Here at Matmi we love our hometown, so when we were approached by Collect Creative and Macclesfield Heritage Centre to raise money to help towards the renovation and restoration of the Centre’s Georgian windows in its 200th year, we jumped at the chance.
Matmi are proud to announce the release of our hugely popular mobile game “Rollabear” on the Google Play store today, along with some great new festive features for Rollabear across all platforms.
We’ve been feeling pretty festive here at Matmi towers ever since NUS Extra challenged us to create an addictive and cheerful cross-platform game especially for Christmas!