Drop everything you’re doing. On Thursday January 30th, Sequence is sponsoring a Pub Night hosted by the Vancouver Chapter of the Visual Effects Society (VES). You can join other VES members for an evening of free appies, good company and need not be said- drinks. This event is open to all VES members, or if you’re interested in joining the VES, and professionals in the community. RSVPhere. Do it.
Put on your fanciest hat and celebrate with us! We are excited to announce that Sequence’s Fancy Hat has been chosen by Kirkus as a Best Book of 2013. Fancy Hat was written by Sylvie Majcher and developed by Sequence and Bibliocreative. Check out the trailer, then hop over to the iTunes Store to pick it up for your iPad or iPhone. YEAH!
Once there was a girl who was grumpy. She never smiled, never wanted to play, and nothing could make her happy. Is this going to be another gloomy day, or will a fancy hat she finds on the beach show her how to be happy?
We’re excited to announce the launch of Fancy Hat, an original interactive children’s book developed by The Sequence Group and Bibliocreative. It’s available now on the App Store (only $.99 for a limited time), with an Android version following shortly.
Here at Sequence, we like to think we’re on the bleeding edge of everything that’s hip. And right now, that edge is bleeding zombie blood.
While searching for “zombies” on the Apple App Store, our iPad told us that it had lost its connection to the server, which we took to mean that there were no games featuring zombies available for mobile devices. Which is kind of crazy when you think about it. Obviously, this hole in the market needed to be plugged, and Sequence was there to plug it.
Presenting: Zombie Basher, an original mobile game for Apple devices. Slash, bash, and otherwise tap zombies to death from the comfort of your own phone. Available now, for free, because it would be wrong to put a price on something mankind so desperately needs. If thousands of people download it, we might even add bosses and extra features. You never know. We’re kind of trailblazing, here.
Sequence was thrilled to attend the 2013 San Diego Comic Con this past weekend.
Over 130,000 people came together to celebrate our love for comics, film, television and pop culture. Our team was fortunate to see some of our recent projects appear including Halo: Spartan Assault, Marvel Heroes and Primeval New World, complete with a life size raptor for booth photos! We had an absolute blast surrounded by swarms of zombies and tight (sometimes too tight!) spandex.
Sequence would like to congratulate all of our production partners that took home a 2013 Leo Award! We were fortunate to contribute to many of the winning productions including Blood Relative, R.L. Stine’s The Haunting Hour, Battle Castle and Arctic Air.
A green screen shoot with a 30 foot technocrane is always a good time in our books…
Sequence is super excited to share our newest title sequence for Thunderbird Film’s “Package Deal”. CityTV will be airing a preview episode tonight at 8pm EST/PST. Don’t miss it!
The entire cast and crew were absolutely wonderful to work with, even with a RED camera shooting past them at 5 feet per second. Wishing Andrew and everyone from the show all the success in the world once the series premieres in the fall.
Two major games are launching next Tuesday, and Sequence played a major storytelling role in both of them.
The first is Remember Me, an action-adventure game by Capcom and the first game from French developer DONTNOD Entertainment. The game follows Nilin, a fugitive memory hunter with the ability to hack into people’s minds and steal—or alter—their own memories. Sequence produced six minutes of cinematics for Remember Me, including the game’s intro and ending. Remember Me will be available on PC, Playstation 3, and Xbox 360.
The second game is Marvel Heroes, a superhero MMO by Gazillion Entertainment that you’ll be able to play for the low price of absolutely nothing when it launches for PC on Tuesday. With a team helmed by David Brevik—one of the key designers responsible for the classic and absurdly popular RPGDiablo—the free-to-play game will let you jump into the spandex of a number of popular heroes from Marvel’s history to trade blows with all sorts of ne’er-do-wells. Marvel Heroes features a sprawling and epic story told by Brian Michael Bendis through nearly forty-five minutes of original motion comics—a natural fit for both Marvel and Sequence.
Check back next Tuesday for brand new reels and features on each of these games.