Car Town, the successful social automotive game from developer Cie Games, will celebrate the third anniversary of its launch Saturday, and all Car Town players who log into the game before Saturday will receive $10 worth of Blue Points, Car Town’s in-game currency, which they can use toward the purchase of new cars, parts, and other in-game items.
Sometimes, stereotypes hold true. At least on Facebook, anyway. Compass Labs, a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer, compiled an interesting infographic showing how the pages liked by men and women on Facebook show that guys tend to like cars, while ladies tend to like retail pages.
Cie Games’ social automotive title, Car Town, is revving up for the May 24 theatrical release of Universal Studios’ Fast & Furious 6 by teaming up with Universal Partnerships & Licensing to integrate elements of the film into the game.
A leading BBC television show and automotive brand, and a leading automotive Facebook game — a natural combination? BBC Worldwide and Cie Games thought so, which is why “Top Gear” will be integrated into Car Town.
Upon reaching 10 million Facebook likes, BBC automotive show Top Gear did what any other brand achieving such a milestone would do: It blew up a caravan.