Wednesday, January 30, 2008


We rejigged the pozles demo a bit, added some animation, tweaked some design, removed a Z. Stuff like that. What ya think?



At 1/30/2008 02:37:00 AM , Blogger Kevin Williams said...

pretty cool! get that in front of some 3 year olds and see if they respond.

i would like to see some more about the puzzles they solve together...right now they just kinda stack on top of each other like...well, never mind that.

let's see some more!

At 1/30/2008 02:44:00 PM , Blogger Andy said...

It's not showing up... hrrm.

At 1/31/2008 02:19:00 PM , Blogger michael valiquette said...

Looks great. Why'd you remove the "Z" though?

At 1/31/2008 09:18:00 PM , Blogger Mark Osberg said...

Lovely animation and design. My only concern is that the Pokoyo influence is too obvious even down to the well spoken voice over which is swapped for a woman instead of Stephen Fry.

At 1/31/2008 10:06:00 PM , Blogger kend said...

wow this show looks wicked for the kids....

At 2/02/2008 01:36:00 PM , Blogger Gene Fowler said...

Lots of Pokoyo influence in the art direction, we really liked the soft feel that Pokoyo had and wanted to apply that to Pozles.

The stories are much different and they're much more collaborative. Different locations and sets.

As for Marjorie whom did the narration, she died shortly after the initial demo was made, so we will be looking for someone else.

At 2/04/2008 01:40:00 PM , Blogger Blindeye said...

Man, that's bad news about the voice actor. She sounded nice. Sadly, I've just been hearing that many of my favorite voice talent has been leaving us lately. Like the voice for Megabyte from reboot. I'll miss that one a lot.

Anyway, about Pozles. I think the word is cuter without the extra 'z'. The show looks REALLY adorable. Most importantly is that it looks watchable for both children and adults (i.e. not annoying) and has a really good lesson to teach (rejoicing in what makes people different and working together). I love it!

At 2/05/2008 09:02:00 PM , Blogger SugarPete said...

I agree with Mark. The Pocoyo influence is a little too obvious. Regardles though...very well done. Nice work, guys!

If it gets picked up, you might want to re-evaluate the art direction. You guys want a product that stands alone from Pocoyo. Don't want Zinkia coming after you guys for infringment.

At 2/14/2008 10:53:00 PM , Blogger Mick said...

pocoyo?? waddaya mean?... it's nothing like pocoyo... it never crossed my mind to take a lead from the massive success of pocoyo... no no no poco yo yo yo. The comparison simply doesn't stand up. besides I have never even seen Pocoyo... oh hang on... 'pocoyo'?! Oh yeah, it is a bit like that ey? yeah i see that now


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