Paris, France – 6 September 2011 – Yamago, a video game creation studio and online game specialist, is proud to announce its new project, Hilomi, Silver Medalist at Imagine Cup 2011 in the Game Design Mobile category.
Hilomi masters the art of controlling the elements: she molds earth into bridges, guides wind to move objects, fills the ditches with water to cross them, and makes fire to boil water. This power will prove useful when she comes face to face with the many challenges that will test her among all the levels of this mobile puzzle game. Hilomi, a simple but extremely addictive gameplay!
Silver Medal International Final Imagine Cup 2011 (Game Design Mobile category)
Silver Medal France Final Imagine Cup 2011 (Game Design Mobile category)
Public Award Jeuvideo.fr France Final Imagine Cup 2011
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Yamago is a French online game company founded in 2000, specialized in original and dematerialized videogame production. Mainly recognized as an online games development studio, Yamago has since become a reference in the field of Flash development and the associated technologies.
Today, Yamago continues to evolve through the development of casual and social gaming. The studio creates videogames for multiple platforms such as the social network Facebook, as well as smartphones and digital tablets (iOS, Android, Windows Phone 7, Blackberry).
Although Yamago develops its own games, it also carries out orders for the big names in entertainment, among other Disney, Cartoon Network and Lego. Yamago has built an excellent reputation among these prestigious customers for expertise, respect of properties, and premium quality. These are the assets customers look for in a studio and Yamago strives to provide them all.
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About Imagine Cup
Imagine Cup, an international competition sponsored by Microsoft is the world’s premier student technology competition. It provides an opportunity for students to use their creativity, passion, and knowledge of technology to help solve global challenges in many categories, from software conception to embedded development via videogame on the Microsoft platforms.
France won 4 medals on its 9 th edition.