And a look for satisfaction comes from the employees of Seattle Company, Screenlife. Thanks to the success of the gaming industry and their use of DVDs for their games, Screenlife will be around for a long time to come.
Screenlife is not limited to just working in games though. There is talk of Screenlife working with Fisher-Price to develop interactive DVDs for kids. Speaking as a resident of Washington, I can tell you that you will find few places in the US where people come together to find creative uses for existing technologies. “Cali” has nothing on us. ;o)
The opportunities do appear endless for Screenlife, which during the past three years has led the way in a new category of family entertainment that combines video-based puzzles from movies and television shows with traditional board game play. For example, those who play the company’s new James Bond Edition try to identify actors who appear in certain scenes of the spy movies. The same is true for the new Turner Classic Movies Edition — though game players identify scenes or actors in classics such as “Casablanca” or “The Wizard of Oz.” Answering the questions correctly allows players to move a game piece around a board.