Imagery Media Produces Cartoon Network’s Batman Game

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Imagery Media used Macromedia Flash to produce The Batman game for Cartoon Network, based on the new animated series. The game is titled, Â?The CobbleBot CaperÂ? and was released on March 7, 2005. Currently, the game is the number one, fan requested game on Cartoon NetworkÂ?s site.

Imagery Media produced the game in three (3) months. “The CobbleBot Caper” features The Penguin who has collected enough money and resources to create an army of Robo-Penguins. The game follows Batman as he attempts to thwart the Penguin's plans. David Pietrandrea, Imagery Media's Art Director and writer of the game concept says: The style of the show had been updated for modern viewers and our game had to reflect this re-imagined character. Still, our biggest challenge was to create a game with intriguing gameplay, something with substance as well as style.

Carmen Kennedy, the game's producer says; “It was a wonderful opportunity to work with the talented New Media team at Cartoon Network and to reintroduce Bob Kane's comic hero, Batman, to a new generation of online game players. We love making games and it’s especially wonderful when the fans enjoy our work.” Visit cartoonetwork.com to play the game. For more information about the “The CobbleBot Caper” or other Advergames, visit us on the web at http://www.imagerymedia.com and visit our contact page to send us an email.

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