October 5, 2009 in iAnnouncements (E)
[prMac.com] Oslo, Norway - iPhone developers Nor Eagle are planning to use Twitter to give away promo-codes for their game Ben's somewhat spiffy-looking but ultimately craptastic rock-paper-scissors game.
T. Benjamin Larsen, Nor Eagle CEO, Creative Director and hand-model was candid about the motivation behind the give-away: "We're gearing up to the release of our second iPhone application, Insulting Monk, and can use any attention we can get!" he laughed. "Plain and simple: we want people to follow us on Twitter! It is the perfect channel for sharing small tidbits of info about our products. As we have quite a few promotional-codes left-over from our last update we figured it would be a nice gesture to share some of these with the public at large."
Asked about how the campaign would be organized Larsen had this to say: "It's quite simple really. People have to start following us (Nor Eagle) on Twitter and we will give away codes at random times the next few days or so. We are thinking to do a rock-paper-scissors theme, where we call the first tool. If we call 'paper', the first one to reply with 'scissors' will receive a personal message with the code. We hope people will respond favorably. If this is a success we will definitely use similar promotions for our future products as well!"
Nor Eagle is a Norwegian-based mutlimedia company founded in 1999. Nor Eagle has made its name domestically producing Corporate Videos and animations and is for the most of the time equal to its founder T. Benjamin Larsen. Copyright 2009 Nor Eagle. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.