April 6, 2010
Toronto, Ontario (RPRN) 04/06/10 — Sci-fi fans who have always wondered what they might look like as a “Star Pirate” can now find out with Snakehead Games’ newest feature. Snakehead Games, the maker of the popular online player-vs-player games Star Pirates and Spy Battle: 2165, has just launched a fun feature for those who have always wanted to visualize themselves in a sci-fi video game. The Flash-based application allows site visitors, male and female, to upload a photo of themselves and have their likeness imposed onto a screenshot from the Star Pirates game.
“It started out as a tongue-in-cheek feature for our players,” says Colin Ferguson, Director of Marketing for Snakehead Games. “But we think it’s something that sci-fi fans in general can have a bit of fun with.”
The feature can be found on Snakehead Games’ main website, www.snakeheadgames.com, in the right menu bar.
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About Snakehead Games Inc
Snakehead Games Inc is the maker of the popular browser-based Player-vs-Player games, Star Pirates and Spy Battle: 2165. Founded in 2008 and headquartered in Toronto, Canada, the company attracts over 3,000 young adult professionals each day to its science fiction-inspired games.
The company’s games are browser-based and game commands are text-based, making the games easily accessible at work or from a mobile device. Additionally, the strong community it has nurtured amongst its players ensures a long-term returning audience.
With the use of proven online business models and its signature combination of engaging online communities and intelligent game design, Snakehead Games Inc is establishing itself as a force in online, mobile and social gaming.
For more information, visit www.snakeheadgames.com.
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