Get to know how rescue drone copters are delivering first aid to help save lives in remote areas
Remote-controlled drone copters like the Little Ripper, provided by Westpac, are making a big difference for Australian lives on the beach and in the bush. We designed the game to be used in schools to teach kids about what The Little Ripper is. The game was created as part of a set of educational materials to be used in schools. The game lets players control the Little Ripper on both mobile and desktop platforms. The aim of the mission is to deliver rescue packages between three distinct environments: bush, sea, and mountains.
We provided the following services:
In response to a thin brief, we developed a simple game design. Furthermore, we delivered within a short time frame and a reasonable budget for one of the world's largest advertising agencies, DBB. Our client wanted a game that was fun and conveyed key messages about The Little Ripper to young children. With user testing, we worked closely with DDB and Westpac to ensure that we met their needs.
"Mode have a level of polish and attention to detail to their work that is impressive and rare. I'd recommend that you talk to them about your next game project."
"Thank you Mode for believing in the kids we work with and throwing everything that you and the team had at this project. And finally – thanks for delivering a super cool and engaging game. Hip hop meets maths and science – got me hooked!"
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