A new browser-based game based on the hugely popular Asterix series created by Albert Uderzo and René Goscinny is in the works.
Already one of the best-known comic series in the world with thousands of UK fans, the new browser-based game is a project from Deutsche Telekom, Les Éditions Albert René and SEE Games, as DT increases its focus on the development and publishing of proprietary games and extending its portfolio of in-house game productions.
The game is being developed by Sproing in Vienna, which has many years of experience in the development of international productions, and has created major hits in the browser-based game space, including SkyRama, a massively popular management game.
“To develop an interactive adventure with such a legendary brand is an exciting challenge for us,” explains Marko Hein, Vice President Games at Deutsche Telekom. “We are working hard so that we will soon be able to offer devoted fans a unique experience and breathe new 'interactive' life into Astérix. This game is definitely the flagship of a range of products which will get Deutsche Telekom started in the growing area of game publishing.”
With 350 million comics sold, eight animated and three live-action movies produced, the Astérix Adventures are famous all over the world.
“Working with Deutsche Telekom as the publisher of the browser game is particularly groundbreaking for us.," says Martin Biallas, CEO of SEE Games. "Their coverage and marketing skills at a global level will guarantee that this new Astérix adventure will be a huge success for fans around the world.
"The Astérix online game is a flagship for SEE’s newest Hollywood-based product line, and we are proud to have Deutsche Telekom as a partner.”
Fans will soon be able to find Astérix as a free-to-play browser game also on the Deutsche Telekom games platform Gamesload.
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