Epic Arena is a turn-based strategy sword and sorcery combat game for thinkers. It's fun, intense and the graphics are AH-MA-ZING. The best part? It’s coming soon to mobile!
Here's how we made sure everyone heard the news...read on
If there is one thing we at Wonacott Communications really love (besides our amazing clients), it is innovation. From the creativity and solutions that our clients bring to the market, to the larger trends that affect us all, advancements are great. One particularly innovative piece of technology that has been making news recently is virtual reality. With the many retroactive pieces about Facebook’s purchase of The Oculus Rift and Sony’s announcement of their “Project Morpheus” VR System, the concept of virtual reality becoming a tangible tool is creating quite the buzz among the blogosphere. We’re excited too. After all, whose inner-child wouldn’t love the chance to experience virtual reality? We listed some of the recent stories about developers working with Oculus Rift that we thought you would enjoy learning about. Time to open your eyes. It's a whole new world out there!
We here at Wonacott are passionate about what we do. We’re driven to make sure our clients succeed by providing the best possible public relations service we can provide. While it’s easy to get caught up in work and only focus on that, our staff is always staying on top of everything pop culture. We can’t represent today’s client if we’re out of step with what’s happening in the world of pop culture media. Whether it’s movies, games, theme parks, music, social media trends, food, or art, the staff at Wonacott are always ahead of the pop culture curve.
In other words – we’re a bunch of geeks.
Each week on the Wonablog, we’ll have a different topic from each member of the staff. This week’s Wonablog focuses on our pop culture fix of the month. Some of our staff members discuss what they’re excited about in the world of pop culture. Whether it’s a television show, a movie, or a game, we want to share what we love with you. Ready? Here we go!read on
We love technology and innovation here at Wonacott so we’re always escastic to have the unique chance to work with a portfolio of clients who are already ahead of trends. One client in particular, Arch Virtual, develops non-gaming applications for the virtual reality headset Oculus Rift – the company that was just acquired by Facebook for $2 billion.
When the news broke on Tuesday, March 25, with a quote from Mark Zuckerberg endorsing the future Oculus Rift’s non-gaming possibilities, the team here at Wonacott seized a unique opportunity to ride the industry buzz and jumped into pitch mode. What happened next was simply… amazing…read on
Over the past three weeks, Midverse Studios and the Wonacott team have delivered a steady flow of news and coverage around the debut of the company’s AppEngage Network, an in-game VIP Rewards Program that will change the way app developers and publishers think about user acquisition. Unveiled via a TechCrunch exclusive in late February, the momentum for the rewarded engagement network continues as the company seeks to rapidly onboard new partners.read on
Equity Risk Partners made a huge splash when it announced the launch of a brand new practice focusing exclusively on the healthcare industry. When the full service-insurance brokerage, employee benefits and risk management consulting firm saw a strong demand and need from its healthcare clients, it answered by creating a specialized practice group to provide even better service and as a result, Healthcare Risk was born.read on
Google Buys Green Throttle Games, Fueling ‘Nexus TV’ Speculation
Google has acquired the Santa Clara-based gaming company Green Throttle, which made an Android-based game system and controller, fuelling speculation it will offer its own console or set-top box.
“Let’s take it to the limit one more time” as detective Tubbs would say. Lion Forge Comics unveiled a new digital comic this week based on the classic TV show, “Miami Vice”. The digital publisher jumped back in time last fall launching digital comics for Airwolf and Knight Rider to kick off its collection of nostalgic NBC titles. The publisher also debuted digital comics for Saved by the Bell and Punky Brewster in early February. Lion Forge acquired licensing rights from NBCUniversal Television Consumer Products for the popular titles in early 2013.read on
Indie developers, how do I define you? How do I respond when someone has asked me to differentiate an indie developer over another developer?
Indie games have quickly risen in popularity and to date there is no universal definition of an “indie developer.” Because there is an absence of an industry-wide definition, defining certain developers as “indie” has become a hot topic among the media, publishers and developers. This lack of consistency has caused confusion in the game industry, prompting an evolving debate and inspired us to ask ourselves, “What is an ‘indie’ developer?”
Tired of looking for a date by hopelessly swiping your phone screen to the left? Or are you annoyed with dating apps that promise to find you love by matching you with every
creepy single person that’s within a mile of your current location? Well, this Valentine’s Day, stop scanning for love on the surface and get back to basics. Flirt Planet is the first dating universe that not only connects singles with non-creepy matches, but also offers a little dating 101…FLIRTING!
Lion Forge Comics launched Saved by the Bell and Punky Brewster comics last week, under its new all-ages digital imprint, ROAR Comics. The popular TV titles join Lion Forge’s existing list of nostalgic properties, including Airwolf and Knight Rider– which were released last year after the digital publisher obtained licensing rights from NBCUniversal Television Consumer Products. Saved by the Bell and Punky Brewster are currently available through the Amazon Kindle Bookstore. They will be sold through additional outlets, including ComicsPlus, in the coming weeks.read on