It’s been made public: Bubble Boom Challenge is the winner of the Sony Ericsson Content Awards 2008 in the category of ‘It’s all about the Entertainment’! Today, we are celebrating at Zed’s offices in Madrid.
Watch the ceremony and you will meet the team that developed this great puzzle game. Have you already tried it? If you want to know more about the game, visit its website.
Thank you all for helping us to make these games. After all, we make them for you.
Thursday December 11th - 10.30 a.m. at Zed’s Madrid Headquarters:
Everything is ready to host the representatives of specialized magazines and press to the place where, everyday, our games are imagined and developed. What’s the reason? We are officially introducting the release of the Beta version of our dance online game: Dance Star Studio.
Everyone is here and the presentation begins. The journalists get to know how we work at Zed Games, what are our objectives, and what we have planned for the next months. Of course, it’s all about games.
Dance Star Studio is presented. Although we are talking about a Beta version, some features such as the instant messaging between the game and a mobile phone using Zed’s statiOn are shown. Javier Agea, Producer of the game, answers the questions of the visitors and explains how is it going to grow up.
Catering and dance! The journalist are able to try Dance Star Studio at the demo area. We play against them, convinced of our victory… and it doesn’t come as easy as it seemed. They are really good dancers!
And last but not least, we all have a little bite and a nice chat with our guests. What about? Videogames, of course!
Juan Carlos Gonzálvez, Director of Zed Games, and Chris Head, Studio Manager, were in charge of introducting the visitors to the present and future of Zed Games.
Everybody dancing at the demo area.
From November 20th to 22nd, the Congreso de Desarrolladores de Videojuegos (Videogames Development Congress) takes place at Valencia, Spain. And Zed will be there, participating with a speech given by Jorge J. Barroso, one of our more experimented programmers, who is currently working on the developing of ZedCity. Hosted by him, the audience will get to know Zed Playground, the in-home developed server platform that makes our online multiplayer games work.
During the course of these three days of speeches and activities, every visitor will have access to first-hand information about the different aspects of the video games industry, as well as a magnificent opportunity to take their first (or second) steps inside the world of creating and developing electronic entertainment.
Are you going to be there: Zed Games Community Team will be around, so look for us and we will have a chat!