Posts Tagged ‘online game’

Sneak Peek – Vikings of Thule Stuff

June 9, 2009

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We just published a small Avatar Customization client for Vikings of Thule – our upcoming online MMOG. This is a preview of what’s to come and allows people to experience how this particular part of Vikings of Thule might eventually look and feel.

The client does not represent final graphics and there are a lot of neat little touches, movements and “stuff” that we’ll want to add – but we want to publish little tests and milestones, like this one, to show people where we are currently at and what we are thinking.

We originally submitted the Avatar Customization Test to our Beta Testers group on Facebook, which instantly responded with positive and constructive feedback. That is exactly what we’re looking for! So please join our Beta Testers group to post your comments and share your thoughts – or submit them through the “Vikings of Thule” site.

The Avatar Customization Test can be found here : http://www.vikingsofthule.com/avatartest/

Vikings of Thule Promo Site and Teaser Video

May 22, 2009

We’ve just launched the promotional site for Vikings of Thule. Check out the Teaser Video, head over to the promo site for screen shots and sign up as a Beta tester. The Beta will be available late summer / early fall and we’re counting on you to help us develop the coolest casual online mmog to date!

Cheers!

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Who’s Your Friend?

January 15, 2009

plakat-185x200We just released another Facebook game. “Who’s Your Friend” is a very simple game where players have to identify their Facebook friends based on profile images. Each player has 90 seconds to identify as many friends as possible. We just wanted to see if we could fit something like this into a small Flash application. No razzle dazzle – just plain old fun.

As a player, you will see a blurry profile image of a friend. Alongside it are four names of friends and you have to match the correct name to the image displayed. The image becomes clearer as time passes but you also loose points (and valuable time) if you’re not quick to react. Once you’ve made your guess, another image is displayed and the fun continues!

So – simple, fun, easy to learn. Enjoy!

Sneak Peak : The Attack on Glowbuleville

December 2, 2008

Today we’re announcing the release date for our 2nd Facebook game – The Attack on Glowbuleville. A public Beta version will be made available on December 15th. The game is simple, cute, challenging, funny and easily learned.

The game

You take on the role of a young hero, which has to save his village, Glowbuleville, from occupation by the evil Gorbs. You have to enter every house, whack every Gorb and save the innocent Globules that are held captive. You begin with a twig but as you work your way up, you are able to pick up better whacking weapons and other things that will help you succeed.

Your profile is a very important aspect of the game. There, you can see what trophies you have achieved, how your journey is going and what you need to improve. You can also view the profile of your friends and compare your success to theirs.

We’ve been working hard at making this game a great community experience!

Screen shots

Enough text. Here are some screen shots!

The Store

The Store - Where players can purchase items, upgrades and weapons.

A hut

A hut - Players enter huts and fight the evil Gorbs by whacking them

Players Profile

Players Profile - Check out all the stats, facts and figures!

Stack’em Released – First Facebook Game!

September 3, 2008

Ladies and gentlemen! We’ve released our very first Facebook game – Stack’em. The story behind the game is simple: stack as many sheep as you possibly can and create the ultimate tower of bleeping sheep! Easy and doable by pressing a single button (although, repeatedly).

When we decided to build games for Facebook, we also wanted to start by launching something simple and addictive. We think we’ve achived that with Stack’em.

We’re currently ironing out a couple of minor issues and we will be updating the game every day for the next week or so. Further updates depend on how well the game does with the Facebook crowd. But we’d love all and any pointers/comments that you maight have 🙂

And oh… We expect to release at least 2 more Facebook games over the next few weeks, with more games rolling out before Christmas!

If you have a Facebook account, add Stack’em here!

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