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Objective: To build a sheep game that can be shared on our social media channels
- Generate traffic and engagement to our social media sites in particular increase Facebook likes, reach
- Encourage sharing with online networks
- Demonstrate the quirky, humorous, down to earth qualities of our brand
- Must contain a sheep or ram in it
- May be linked to products such as savings and home loans but not mandatory
- Must be simple to use
- Fun, humorous, quirky – why would you want to play it?
- Makes people want to return to play it over and over again eg. – maybe try to beat their score or beat their friends, see what happens next, move to next level, earn points for tasks completed. Possibly add a reward for achieving certain level.
- Easily shared with friends via social media (Facebook, Twitter, email) and ability to invite them
- Can be played on all mobile devices ie – smartphones, ipad (as well as desktop)
- Has functionality to be easily added to Facebook (pull from an iframe)
- Browser based game that we can host
- Share capability – compete against your friends
- Leaderboard – add your name and record top scores
Examples we like:
Shaun the sheep – guide the sheep and friends back to barn by overcoming obstacles
Moo – guide the cow to the milk bottle overcoming obstacles and progress through levels
Snoring – helpful hints to progress levels
Candy Crush Saga – addictive – share with friends
Timing: ideally to be developed and launched in September 2013
- Ram jumping hurdles/ overcome obstacles to get to his dream home – link to need to save money for deposit, find the right house etc.
- How fast can you shear a sheep?
- Sheep dog rounds up the sheep and leads them to the shed for shearing
- Sheep eating grass through a maze to get to the shearer’s shed
What the supplier will need to deliver to be considered for the project:
- Business profile and experience
- Examples of their work
- Cost and time required to deliver
- Payment schedule + delivery phases/ project approach
- Suggest 3 ideas