March 22th 2011 - San Francisco, CA–, a game download, news, and information site has announced a new addit

A company spokesperson states  ”We want to offer consumers and the industry something new and fun.   You can check out the first game character interview featuring Kei, a scientist in the latest version of the Virtual Villagers series called New Believers published and created by Last Day at Work.

When asked about being the first game character interviewed Kei said "I feel like a special snowflake being the first virtual person (we prefer that moniker over "game character") interviewed by I'm truly tickled."

Carla Humphrey, co-founder of game company Last Day at Work,  shared the following comments on the concept ” We thought the idea of interviewing game characters was a breath of fresh air, and several members of our team scrambled at this tasty and irresistible opportunity to step into the shoes of our little villagers. (They have really tiny shoes, too!)”

You can view Kei’s interview at

If any game developers would like to interview their game character or characters feel free to contact us through our email address which is hb AT

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