Animax helped Starlight with a front-end and back-end update to the UC and Crohn’s site. The site helps teens better understand the physical, social, and emotional implications of having the diseases which can be pretty rough to live with.
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Bravo’s Top Chef just got a new Facebook connected game called Basic Training. The new social game is a collection of cooking drills that gauge your skills in recipe recall, knife skills, and presentation. When you think you can cut the mustard, play in competition mode and play all three drills back to back. If you’re good enough you might be able to get ranked on the leaderboard, earn virtual goods in the form of medals and badges, brag to your friends by posting on your Facebook wall and maybe impress Padma and Tom. So, soldier, do you think you’re up to the Bravo Top Chef Basic Training challenge? Play now.
Animax has developed numerous social games lately with a mix of promotional marketing related ones as well as profit driven ones. Our initial experience in the social gaming space was with virtual worlds and we continue to be active in the space — we are currently developing three different ones in addition to a couple Facebook connected games.
The Little Pim Word Bag iPhone app is still getting positive coverage from the press and blogs. Just today Celebrity Baby Scoop posted about it. Please note, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and Justin Bieber are not in the app but the last we checked, they are celebrities. Animax Entertainment developed the app but has nothing to do with those famous people.
The new My Mini Peeps virtual world for kids is in the works. Stay tuned for the launch of the 3D world but for now you can read this article on the company creating it, Masher Media, and its founder, Sherry Gunther. Animax Entertainment worked with Masher on the upcoming site. We also have one of those things in the foreground of the photo.
Animax produced another new Nickelodeon Game of the Week. The game is a crazy new smash-up memory game called iCrush it with Spencer. Definitely true to Spencer’s nuttiness, you have to quickly remember different objects and then smash them to pieces.