Funko Unboxing

Funko Unboxing

Funko
Summary

There is no feeling in the world like opening a Funko box.

A series of social videos that show just how exciting it can be to get one of the Funko boxes in the mail every month. Videos were made for the Marvel Collector Corps, Star Wars Smuggler’s Bounty and the DC Legion of Collectors.


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Sonic Ring Jump

Sonic Ring Jump

Sega
Summary

A green screen trampoline lets you put yourself in a Sonic game and gives you a chance to win $1000.

At E3 and San Diego Comic Con, we let fans jump on a huge green screen trampoline to try to grab a gold ring that was juuuuuust out of reach. Every jumper was captured on video and digitally inserted into their choice of Sonic Mania or Sonic Forces, and could instantly share their video keepsake on social media.

Any fan who managed to actually grab the ring received cool Sonic swag, and was entered into a drawing for $1,000 and a year’s supply of Totino’s Pizza Rolls, the official snack of Sonic gamers everywhere.


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Shadow of War

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World of Final Fantasy

World of Final Fantasy

Square Enix
Summary

This guy really hates things that are stacked. Someone has to stop him.

A key feature of the World of Final Fantasy game is the ability to stack powerful monsters to increase their abilities. This guy is having none of it. Anything he sees stacked he just has to knock down. Will our heroes be able to stop him?


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Sonic Ring Jump

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Marvel Puzzle Quest

Marvel Puzzle Quest

D3Go!
Summary

A group of superheroes and super villains make for some bad roommates.

Marvel Puzzle Quest lets you create squads of three heroes or villains to team up against your opponents. In order to highlight this feature, we imagined a scenario where a group of roommates use the game to resolve their common problems.


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World of Final Fantasy

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Overwatch Payload Tour

Overwatch Payload Tour

Blizzard Entertainment
Summary

We designed and produced the first-ever Overwatch Payload Tour, featuring a one-of-a-kind photo experience that digitally inserts cosplayers and friends into an immersive, rotating 360-degree game environment. Participants pose together on an elevated and motorized stage in front of a curved greenscreen, as our camera captures the perfect, spinning Michael Bay-style hero shot. As they step off the stage, the compositing system places them in the scene, and everyone receives the branded clip to show off on social media.

As an extra reward, each participant receives a collectible Overwatch hero pin. And, each day of the event features a different map from Overwatch, so fans can come back every day for a brand-new photo.

The Overwatch Payload Tour is traveling across North America this Summer and Fall.

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Yakuza 6

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