– Space Sports’ first fantasy 3D sports app, Goaly Moley, offers players a chance to win tickets to the U.E.F.A. Champions League Final on May 25th, 2013 in London.
LOS ANGELES, April 11, 2013 /PRNewswire – Planet Toccer Holding Ltd., founded by former world class athlete, Mark Thomas, has teamed up with leading animated film and gaming industry veterans to launch Goaly Moley, the first 3D mobile game app from the Space Sports franchise.
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Space Sports’ Goaly Moley is a highly engaging and competitive 3D game app with rich graphics and cosmic monsters. Players can test their soccer skills against Galactic Moles as they score points against Madu the Monster. Space Sports is holding the first Goaly Moley Championship of the ZaZa Galaxy starting on April 15th, 2013. The winner will receive an all expenses paid trip for two to London to attend the U.E.F.A. (Union of European Football Association) Champions League Final on May 25th, 2013.
“Space Sports’ Goaly Moley encourages, educates, coaches and rewards players with virtual and real prizes. Ultimately, those who attain Space Sports champion status qualify to attend real-life game finals – imagine winning tickets to the Champions League, World Series, NBA Finals, Monaco Grand Prix, 6 Nations or the Superbowl! It’s a real reason to play Space Sports and to be able to call yourself World Champion. Today’s players are tomorrow’s champions,” said Space Sports founder, Mark Thomas.
New games coming in 2013 include basketball, motor racing, baseball, football, cricket, rugby and surfing. “Space Sports teaches its users that sports are fun and helps build their social skills. It uses players’ computer time to educate them through a new, online, virtual sports world and encourages them to take what they learn onto the playing fields of the world,” concluded Thomas.
The creative team include Cameron Hood, veteran animator/director at DreamWorks Animation (Megamind, Kung Fu Panda 2, Sky Force 3D, Shark Tale), Story Artist on Despicable Me 2 for Illumination Studios (Universal) and Director of upcoming animated feature Noah’s Arc for Unified Pictures; Bjorn Zipprich, former Senior Technical Director and Senior Effects Director at Sony Pictures Imageworks (Alice in Wonderland, Watchmen, I am Legend, Spiderman 2 & 3); and Tomo Moriwaki, a former lead game designer at Activision and EA Sports (Steven Spielberg’s Boom Blox, Call of Duty, Spiderman 1, 2 & 3 and Medal of Honor).