03Feb2012

Little Space Heroes Game.

Little Space Heroes is a virtual universe in which players create their own hero and explore a galaxy full of fun and adventure.

Bubble Gum Interactive, an independent developer of children’s games, today announced the launch of Little Space Heroes, a brand new virtual universe for kids and families worldwide.

In this free-to-play story-driven online game, kids create their own hero, strap on their jetpacks, fire up their starjets and blast off on an intergalactic adventure. Featuring character personalisation, solo and team gameplay, pets, quests, player homes and community activities, Little Space Heroes offers an immersive and ever-evolving gaming experience.

Based on original IP, the game is set in a peaceful galaxy that was disturbed by the dastardly Lord Shadowbot, a not-so-evil robot villain with a fear of the dark. Travelling through the universe stealing sources of light, Shadowbot discovers our Heroes galaxy, and steals away the Glows, a curious light emitting creature with amazing powers.

Kids can jump right into the story and create their own Little Space Hero to explore the galaxy with friends in search of Shadowbot and the missing Glows. Along the way kids can also hang out on the home world, make new friends, customise their Hero and Starjet, buy pets, and play a bunch of awesome games and activities including special events.

Little Space Heroes is rated E for Everyone and PEGI OK, and has the Family Friendly Videogames Seal of Approval. Safety is of utmost importance and the game makes use of advanced chat filters and an in-house moderator team who ensures the game is safe and fun for all players.

Little Space Heroes is played in a browser. All that is required to play is a PC or Mac which connected to the internet. The game is free-to-play but those seeking unlimited fun and adventure can upgrade to a premium membership.

Paul Gray, Bubble Gum Interactive Director of Community said, “We’ve worked tirelessly to create an amazing new social gaming experience that is fun, safe and inclusive. Right from day one we’ve involved kids and parents and we’ve received invaluable input from them throughout our recent beta. Now we’ve finished our beta and we can’t wait to see the amazing adventures our players enjoy as they play the full Little Space Heroes experience!”

Kids can play Little Space Heroes for free at www.littlespaceheroes.com.

About Bubble Gum Interactive

Bubble Gum Interactive is an independent game development studio headquartered in Sydney, Australia. Our mission is to create compelling and engaging gaming experiences with a focus on creativity, quality and entertainment value that help kids discover every day. Our first game, Little Space Heroes is a virtual universe in which players create their own hero and explore a galaxy full of fun and adventure. Discover more at http://www.bubbleguminteractive.com.

Contact

Paul Gray Phone: +61(0)404-655-829
Email: paulg@bubbleguminteractive.com

Nasa’s ‘Space Race Blast Off’ Game!

The new game was developed by members of NASA's Internet Services Group in the agency's communications office. Kids love this stuff!!!

NASA unveiled its first online space trivia game Monday, a Facebook app that allows multiple players to compete for cosmic bragging rights.

The free game, called “Space Race Blast Off,” is a mix of Space Camp and “Jeopardy!” that pits players against one another in a quiz on NASA and space exploration history. Players with enough correct answers can earn award badges emblazoned with NASA astronauts, spaceships or astronomical objects, NASA game designers said.

“‘Space Race Blast Off’ opens NASA’s history and research to a wide new audience of people accustomed to using social media,” said David Weaver, NASA’s associate administrator for communications at the agency’s Washington headquarters, in a statement. “Space experts and novices will learn new things about how exploration continues to impact our world.”

The new game was developed by members of NASA’s Internet Services Group in the agency’s communications office. It is the agency’s latest foray into digital and social media. The space agency already routinely uses Twitter to announce space news and discoveries, and recently launched a space-themed Internet radio show.

In addition to facing off against other competitors in a battle of space wits, players can use the points they earn to complete sets of award badges or earn some premium awards, according to a game description. And if playing with others isn’t your style, there’s a solo option too, NASA officials said.

To play, competitors choose an avatar from a range of options that include scientist, astronaut (with multiple spacesuit options), alien and robot. Source: Today tech

You can find the game here.

 

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