Recently I’ve been speaking a lot about the Phygital world and how it will affect us all in ways we could not possibly imagine. Phygital is where the physical and digital worlds combine.
Matmi were approached by Amaze to reproduce one of our most popular viral flash games, Let It Flow for their plumbing client Keyline Builders Merchants.
We are very proud to announce that we made the Develop 100 list this year! The Develop 100 ranks the best game development studios in the UK, based on their commercial and critical success, reputation, and potential.
We have been busy working with the BBC to create a HTML5 game for the popular children’s show Wizards vs Aliens. Puzzle Peril combines physics and magic and is available on web, mobile and tablets. Why not try it for yourself? Just click the play button to enter the first chapter ‘Chamber of Crowe’, and keep your eyes peeled for the following chapters.
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.
Last week Matmi CEO Jeff packed his bags and jetted off to Amsterdam to speak at the prestigious Festival of Games, where industry experts from all across Europe joined forces to share their knowledge and expertise.
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!