InnoGames unveils trailer of new game

Hamburg, April 18, 2012. InnoGames just released the official trailer for its open beta browser title, Lagoonia. The video, planned for international television as well as online, features high-end 3D graphics and vibrant South Sea sounds, which set the tone for a tropical island game.  Multiple language versions of the trailer are ready for TV viewing in Europe, the Americas, and further regions throughout the year.  It can also be viewed on youtube.

The trailer storyline mimics the game, by stranding a character on a remote island after a plane crash. After this, the story jumps further to a time when island society is built up, and many characters are interacting, which is a central game-play aspect. Humor and romance are intertwined in order to appeal to a wide audience, including both genders.

German-based Bumba Animation Studio developed the trailer graphics, and IMAScore is responsible for sound production. All other creative was done in-house at InnoGames.

The focus of Lagoonia is on the relationships between characters and players. One can plan and create many things that make the island livable and fun: from a warm fire and a cozy shelter, to useful fish nets, and later in the game lighthouses and waterslides. The game is free and no download is required – the only technical requirements are a browser and an internet connection.

With about 75 million registered players, InnoGames is one of the world's leading developers and providers of online games. The Hamburg-based company has scored major successes with games such as Tribal Wars, The West and Grepolis.

 

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