Cryptozoic and tinyBuild Announce Launch of Hello Neighbor Channel on Quidd App
Channel Features Digital Trading Cards, Stickers, and 3D Collectibles Based on the New Stealth Horror Video Game Hello Neighbor
Lake Forest, CA – December 8, 2017 – Cryptozoic Entertainment, leading creator of board games, trading cards, and collectibles, and tinyBuild LLC, in partnership with Dynamic Pixels, today announced the launch of the Hello Neighbor Channel on Quidd, the fast-growing platform for digital collecting on iOS and Android. Based on the just-released survival horror video game Hello Neighbor, the channel features digital trading cards and stickers showing the Neighbor character, as well as key locations, objects, and situations from the game. The channel includes animated cards and stickers and will soon also have 3D digital collectibles based on characters and objects from the game. The agreement for the Hello Neighbor Channel was brokered by Evolution USA, the global licensing agent for Hello Neighbor.
“We’re excited to bring the distinctive Neighbor character and thrilling moments from Hello Neighbor to the world of Quidd,” said Randall Ford, Associate Product Manager of Cryptozoic. “We feel that fans of the video game will love collecting and trading all the eye-catching, scary, and funny digital cards and stickers. The animated cards and stickers, in particular, provide an experience that just isn’t possible with physical cards. And we think fans are going to be blown away by the unique 3D digital collectibles that will be available soon.”
"This is an exciting opportunity to connect with Hello Neighbor fans through their mobile devices—and a first-of-a-kind genuine handheld Hello Neighbor experience that adds a whole new layer of depth to the game," commented Alex Nichiporchik, CEO of tinyBuild and producer of Hello Neighbor.
One of the initial digital card sets in the Hello Neighbor Channel is “Get to Know Your Neighbor,” showing the Neighbor doing activities that seem mundane, but may hint at something darker.
The Chase Sets include “Colorful Neighbor,” a set which shows the Neighbor in Halloween attire, and “Top Notch Security,” an animated set depicting the Neighbor’s attempts to keep out intruders.
The digital sticker sets include “Nosy Neighbor Toolkit,” a starter set of tools players collect throughout the game; “The Break In,” displaying characters and objects from the game; “Neighborisms,” stickers with text and images of the neighbor expressing a broad range of emotions; and “Who Goes There?” presenting the Neighbor’s growing suspicion and aggression.
The initial animated sticker sets are “Day In The Life” and “GIF Me A Break,” both showcasing the Neighbor doing activities around the house.
Developed by Dynamic Pixels and published by tinyBuild, Hello Neighbor places the player into the idyllic world of the suburbs as he or she breaks into the Neighbor’s house to uncover his dark secret. The game’s advanced artificial intelligence adapts to the player's past actions, decisions, and movements, in the process coming up with counter-actions, traps, and unique tactics to stop the player. Featuring tense gameplay and Pixar-influenced visuals, Hello Neighbor is currently available on PC and Xbox One.
The Hello Neighbor Channel is live now on Quidd—free to download on the App Store and Google Play—with new digital trading cards, stickers, and 3D collectibles being added on a weekly basis.
Since 2010, Cryptozoic Entertainment has been dedicated to the concept of “Fans First,” striving to develop the most creative and sought-after products for pop culture enthusiasts worldwide. As an entertainment company with a diverse portfolio of licensed and original IPs, its catalog covers a broad spectrum of tabletop games and collectibles. The passionate team at Cryptozoic aims to inspire gamers and collectors all around the globe, while bringing fans together as part of the Cryptozoic community. Visit www.cryptozoic.com for more information about product releases, events, and news.
Based in Seattle, tinyBuild started in 2011 as an indie studio and morphed into a digital games publisher, having released titles such as SpeedRunners, Party Hard, Clustertruck, and many more. The indie label is busy working with talented developers from all over the world, bringing their games to PC and consoles.
About Dynamic Pixels
Based in Voronezh, Russia, Dynamic Pixels is a veteran studio of the Russian game dev scene and previously worked on family friendly games including the popular Cut the Rope series. The studio took their art skill and applied it to a horror setting, resulting in Hello Neighbor.
Quidd is the leading platform for buying, trading and using premium, rare digital goods. Available for free on iOS and Android devices, the Quidd app enables fans to buy, own and use digital stuff, like stickers, GIFs, cards and toys, to express their fandoms, construct their identities, and have more fun with their favorite things. The best names in entertainment, including Marvel, Game of Thrones, Rick and Morty, Breaking Bad, and more, are using the Quidd platform to reach new audiences and build new businesses. Quidd is backed by Sequoia Capital with headquarters in NYC and an office opening in LA in 2018. For more information, check out our press kit or visit quidd.co.
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