Mousebreaker consistently produces quality games that fulfil our clients' objectives and provide an addictive gaming experience for the player
Game OnBlast Billiards
|Mousebreaker's popular Blast Billiards was modified to include Foster's branding...|
|Utilising the game engine and addictive game play from Mousebreaker's Ashes 2 Ashes, Zombieland was developed for...|
Backyard Sports: Sandslot SluggersPinch Hitter
|To promote the launch of Atari's new Backyard Sports console game, Mousebreaker's popular baseball game Pinch Hitter...|
Invaders Must Die
|To promote the latest Prodigy album - Invaders Must Die - Mousebreaker developed a bespoke game that the target audience would fully interact with...|
|No news item is safe from the satirical bite of Mousebreaker's game designers. Topical games linked to events reported in UK and World news can attract...|
Including casual games as part of your online strategy enables you to promote your brand, communicate with your audience, increase user engagement, drive repeat visits and deliver increased opportunities for revenue generation.
Options for range from a basic licence to host a Mousebreaker game, modified to include client branding, to bespoke game builds designed to meet specific criteria and objectives.
- Direct interations within a branded environment •
- Increased user engagement •
- An opportunity to communicate with users at their most receptive time •
- Increased website traffic through repeat visits/play •
- Data collection and retargeting opportunities •
A dedicated commercial team ensures quick turn-around from brief to completed game.
If you are interested in finding out more about licensing, or to discuss specific licensing requirements, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Mousebreaker's popular Blast Billiards was modified to include Foster's branding throughout the game. The game was a huge success, with over 1.5 million plays in just two months.
Utilising the game engine and addictive game play from Mousebreaker's Ashes 2 Ashes, Zombieland was developed for Sony Pictures to promote the cinema release of the film.
Over the duration of the campaign, Zombieland has achieved over 4 million plays, with an average dwell time of 10 minutes on Mousebreaker.com. The game achieved Sony's core objectives of engaging with 18-34 year old males and increasing awareness of the movie.
Backyard Sports: Sandslot Sluggers
To promote the launch of Atari's new Backyard Sports console game, Mousebreaker's popular baseball game Pinch Hitter, was reworked to include brand assets, characters and backdrops from the full Wii and Xbox version of Sandslot Sluggers.
The campaign was a huge success; through Mousebreaker's seeding network the game was picked up by over 1000 casual gaming sites and it has attracted 7 million plays.
Invaders Must Die
To promote the latest Prodigy album - Invaders Must Die - Mousebreaker developed a bespoke game that the target audience would fully interact with. Utilising music and artwork from the new album alongside compelling game play, the game created a buzz around the new release amongst the online community.
Features built into the game included: high score tables, wallpaper downloads, send to a friend functionality and direct links to buy the album.
The game attracted over 150,000 game plays during the initial launch of the campaign, with an average dwell time of 4 minutes. Over 1,700 albums were purchased directly from the "Buy the Album" link and the album went into the UK charts at number 1 with 100,000 sales in the first week.
No news item is safe from the satirical bite of Mousebreaker's game designers. Topical games linked to events reported in UK and World news can attract mass interest from both the public and consumer press.
During the 2010 World Cup, the debate on whether the wretched Vuvuzlea should be banned was at its pinnacle when Mousebreaker teamed up with Paddy Power to produce a tongue-in-cheek game where players were challenged to shoot the horrible horns out of spectators' hands.
The game, which has generated over 900,000 plays, included a direct call to action for players to click through to paddypower.com and claim an introductory offer of a £50 free bet. The campaign was successful in meeting the client's objectives of generating publicity and driving traffic through to the promotional offer.