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My Mini Peeps Virtual World

A new  virtual world for kids is on the scene: MyMiniPeeps from the folks over at Masher Media. As opposed to some of the more traditional kids virtual worlds and games built in Flash, MyMiniPeeps is a Unity 3D world, with a full walk around experience.  It’s in closed beta right now so email the Masher Media folks if you’re interested in taking a gander.

Animax Entertainment had a hand in building the site.

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Animax Entertainment just helped the Ad Council and SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) launch a contest with a grand prize of a trip to Hollywood to the Voice Awards.  The contest is now accepting submissions of videos and written essays that reveal meaningful stories about friends helping another through recovery from mental health problems or during a particularly hard time in their lives.  Recovery from mental health problems happens in a society of acceptance. Friends can make all the difference by just being there and offering support, friendship, strength and acceptance.  The contest hopes to have more of those stories come to light.  There are also a bunch of Flip MinoHD™ cameras available as runner up prizes so get that video camera out or start typing and enter the contest today!

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Little Pim Word Bag iPhone app

The Little Pim Word Bag iPhone app is still getting positive coverage from the press and blogs. Just today Celebrity Baby Scoop posted about it. Please note, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie and Justin Bieber are not in the app but the last we checked, they are celebrities. Animax Entertainment developed the app but has nothing to do with those famous people.

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Are you a fan of Glee?  Check out this link on and use Facebook Connect to slushie a friend, send one of Sue’s insults or sign up to enter a sweepstakes from Chevy.  Just please don’t slushie Animax.

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Animax Entertainment is working on a Facebook Connect game for NBC Universal’s Bravo TV called “Who is Top Chef?” Currently in the development stage, the social game is set to launch a few months from now. Players will be able to test their skills against their friends to see if they have what it takes to be a culinary master and earn the title of Top Chef.

Read the full press release here.

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Animax Entertainment is at CTIA Wireless 2010 today talking on a panel entitled: Producing Mobile Animation and Games. The panel is sponsored by the Animation and Gaming Committees of the Producers Guild of America’s New Media Council.

Through case studies, this session will walk you through the relationship between the technology and execution of mobile animation. Learn from industry leading publishers, game developers, and brand marketers. We’re going to be reviewing some of our past work and lessons learned along the way as a producers of mobile and web-enabled interactive entertainment content. There is another panel as well in the program and a mixer so let’s meet up today.

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While everyone else on the planet was watching the overly long and indulgent Oscars, Animax Entertainment was indulging in an Odyssey of our own at the LA North ADDY ceremony held at Odyssey restaurant in Granada Hills. While we missed seeing The Hurt Locker upset over Avatar, we did walk away from the ADDYs ceremony with two awards for Slotcar, the branded entertainment webisode series we produced for Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s – Best of Category and a Special Judge’s Award. We now move from the local level to the district level of the American Advertising Federation competition. Keeping fingers crossed.