Psyop Creates Stunningly Animated Anti-Malaria Game for iOS and Android

Educational Program in Collaboration with Against Malaria Foundation Features Susan Saradon VO

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Animation studio and production company Pysop is parterning with the Against Malaria Foundation for "Nightmare: Malaria," a beautifully directed game for iOS and Android that was created via Psyop's non-profit arm, Establishment for the Greater Good. The game will drop players into the blood (pleasant!) of a young girl with malaria -- the idea is to get through 18 level of feverish visuals to avoid killer mosquitos, collect tokens and hide within mosquito nets.

The game was created by Brian Kehrer, founder of Muse Games who recently joined Psyop.

Susan Sarandon provides the voice over for the game, which hopes to increase awareness about the efficacy of mosquito nets -- proceeds from the game will go toward buying people those nets.

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Dec 04, 2013
Game Development and Design:
Brian Kehrer
Game Development and Design:
Jordan Harvey
Art Direction:
Naomi Chen
Susan Sarandon
Executive Producer:
Lucia Grillo
Executive Producer:
Justin Cone
Ave Carrillo
Music, Sound Design:
Q Department
Kelly Girth
Sound Recording:
Color NY
Concept Art:
Pedro Lavin
3D Animation:
Stephanie Russell
3D Animation:
Eric Chou
Alexander Dietrich
2D Animation:
Sean Martin
User Interface:
Will Adams
Fabio Piparo
Bryan Eck
Alexander Dietrich
Zed Bennett
Sean Kealey
EGG Student:
Viraj Ajmeri
EGG Student:
Michael Altman
EGG Student:
Minsuk Choi
EGG Student:
June Hong
EGG Student:
Pedro Lavin
EGG Student:
Stephanie Lin
EGG Student:
Garrett O'Neal
EGG Student:
Anne Yang

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