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I am Alive – iPhone application

Eric Methivier

Sekkei Studio created the iPhone application “I am Alive – Companion”

Imagine a town ravaged by a terrible earthquake, and you are now by yourself trying to survive into this post-apocalyptic world…
This is the beginning of the journey offered by Ubisoft Shanghai team in China. “I am Alive” was released March 7, 2012 on Xbox 360 (PS3 version is expected in spring) to the delight of gamers. To support this worldwide release, Ubisoft has contracted our digital agency in Shanghai to realize the iPhone application.

Update: the game is now available on PS3

This application will help you in this post-apocalyptic world and help you to find additional resources…

The application is now available on the App Store here.

List of features:
* Street map of the main game area with exclusive hints from the developers
* List of all resources from the game detailing the level of rarity and effects on health, stamina and stamina capacity
* List of all Achievements and Trophies with check/uncheck tracking feature
* 5 videos including a trailer, a making and the 3 “survivor tapes”
* Over 50 production concept arts, promotional artworks and screenshots
* Never release before O.S.T., including 6 tracks exclusively composed for the app
* Photo mode that let you create your own I Am Alive-themed photos and post them to facebook or email them to friends

We let you enjoy some screenshot from the application.

If you want to know more about Sekkei Studio digital services, please feel free to contact us. You can also have a look to our portfolio.

Application designed by Sekkei Studio
Developed by Red King

 

Eric Methivier
Eric Methivier

Eric's from France and graduated from Toulouse ICD Business School and is a three-year veteran in the world of web product managing. Around the office he is the undisputed king of all things SEO, SEM and SMO. He's got a knack for design as well and is a master-level photoshopper. He speaks fluent French, English and some Mandarin.After-hours he's into photography, reading, and traveling throughout Asia, he likes to meet people from other cultures and explore faraway lands. Try to imagine a French, web developing, graphic designing, Indiana Jones.

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