05.08.2003 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Visionik delivers first Interactive TV game to MTV

Visionik has launched MTV’s first interactive game; Mugshot Mania. Viewers are enticed to explore celebrities backstage at concerts through an action filled platform game. Free to play, the game, consisting of 25 levels, brings the experience of being at a music concert through gameplay involving taking pictures, escaping bouncers and trying to sneak backstage. This is the first package of games being delivered to MTV by Visionik.

The interactive games are accessible to viewers by pressing the red button on the remote control when watching any MTV channel. The viewer is then taken to the MTV Core service menu. By selecting “play,” the viewer enters the interactive TV games zone.

A new version of the MTV 24/7 interactive service developed by NDS allows applications to be plugged and played. It is being launched at the same time as Mugshot Mania.

For more information visit www.visionik.com.

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