Nick.com is talking about their platform for off-line gaming. They wanted to bridge the off-line piece with their website, so they created a dealio where you have to find puzzle pieces on the website and drag-and-drop them into the AIR application. Once you find all the pieces, you get a 2 minute video and then a link to a full-length video.
They’re also showing something called neopets. It’s a Populous clone that lets you build colonies of “pets”. He’s going into great detail on how the game works. It’s got a lot of hooks that make players want to go back to the website, like the ability to craft your own breeds of pets.
“It’s been a pleasure to work with Adobe, they were great to work with, gave us tons of access”, blah blah. 🙂
This was created with two full-time developers, along with supporting folks.
4 thoughts on “Engage 2008: Nick.com”
A great Pet blog you have here. Now frankly I am not much into pets, I am trying to train my Little Pomerian House Breaking… and Not really sure how to train her. She looks cute but she going down on the bed is worse.!
hi – is it just me !! can any one explain why when i type in the firefox browser “benzilla.galbraiths.org” i get a different site yet whe i type it in google its ok? could this be a bug in my system or is any one else having same probs ?
你好，为什么我出现以下的提示？lanpeng@lanpeng-HP-Pavilion-dv1000-EX051PA-AB2 ~ $ sudo ./thuner_xl_with_wget.py -o /home/ -p ~/user_task.htm -c ~/cookies.txtsudo: ./thuner_xl_with_wget.py: caonmmd not found