We’re happy to report Nightmare High won the Children’s BAFTA for best Interactive title. Mustard Director, Neil, co-devised and wrote Nightmare High with Neil Bennun for Somethin’ Else/Channel 4.
This year’s BAFTA Children’s Nominees have been announced with Neil part of two Interactive Category teams; he co-devised and wrote Nightmare High with Neil Bennun for Somethin’ Else/Channel 4 and worked closely with Dominic Minns at Plug-in Media to write and design the interactive episodes for CBeebies’ animated series, Tree-Fu Tom.
Marek will once again be at this year’s StoryDrive Conference, run in conjunction with the Frankfurt Book Fair, interviewing renowned director Stephen Daldry and moderating a crossmedia panel.
Neil’s working on Broken Sword the Serpent’s Curse and was part of the amazing team effort to raise £800K on Kickstarter. Great job, guys!
Maurice wrote the story and co-wrote the script for this Usborne Publishing interactive experience helping children to learn to read. Check out their site here.
Neil has just returned from a successful trip to Australia where he mentored on a multi-platform lab for Storylab and Screen Australia, as well as spoke with other mentors at day-long event, Multi-Platform Storytelling: from Idea to Market.
A Somethin’ Else production for Channel 4 Education, Nightmare High went live earlier this month with story and narrative design by Neil Bennun and Mustard’s own Neil Richards.
Tripwire Interactive’s next instalment in their gritty Second World War FPS franchise is, according to Eurogamer, set to raise the realism bar once again, helped along with additional writing and editing parachuted in by Marek.
Ignition Entertainment’s stunning action game, earns an impressive 9 out of 10 in Eurogamer’s import review.