Buenos Aires, Argentina - January 12th, 2009 - Three Melons has announced the launch of the LEGO Agents Flash Game featuring its Daiquiri technology. The game features five levels with engaging gameplay, using a simulated 3D perspective to showcase the products.
‘’The link between the game and the LEGO Agents product line is very strong, which indicates a good understanding of our products and communication guidelines making it a very good advergame not only for us but more importantly for the kids”, commented Sten Lysdahl, Internet Content Manager at LEGO.
Each level represents a mission that requires the players to chase a villain, interacting with high tech vehicles, all of which convey the excitement of being part of the LEGO Agents universe.
“We wanted the kids to be immersed in the Agents world using a deep 3Dish experience”, explained Pablo Mayer, Game Producer. “This is our fourth game with LEGO and we are looking forward to continue the relationship given that we are learning a lot about what the kids want.”
“Daiquiri is the baseline technology that allows us to create these types of games. We want to push the bar on what can be achieved inside Flash and Silverlight”, said Nicolas Cuneo, Development Manager at Three Melons.
The game can be played online at: http://agents.lego.com/en-US/games/default.aspx
Previous games Three Melons has developed with LEGO Include: LEGO Indiana Jones, LEGO ExoForce and LEGO City Coast Guards.
About Three Melons
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Three Melons is a leading game studio in Latin America that develops high-end, short session online videogames, especially for the Web with free-to-play, advertising and micro transaction-based business models worldwide.
The studio houses top talent in its offices in Belgrano, Buenos Aires, where 30+ producers, designers, artists, developers and testers collaborate in a creative and empowering environment.
The company has relations with MTV Networks, LEGO, Discovery Networks and other top media companies, game publishers, advertisers and agencies.
For more info about Three Melons: http://www.threemelons.com and http://blog.threemelons.com