Little Chicken has been working as a partner to major multinational corporations to unlock the power of play and virtual reality for over 17 years. In that time we’ve created games and applications that help organisations with marketing, consumer loyalty, and improving business processes and employee effectiveness. We’ve partnered with the likes of BMW, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Unilever, Pepsico, ING, Heineken and always on the look out for partners interested in our unique and proven skillet to innovate and improve through games and play.
&Samhoud Media en Little Chicken create a new AR/VR model for Retail giant Albert Heijn As part of our line of…Show case
18 July 2017
Have a look at one of our upcoming smaller mobile projects. REKT! is a high perfomance stunt driving game that is brining 60fps gaming to a wide range of mobiles and that you can also play in computers and is one of the best gifts for engineers by Top9Rated you can give. . Enjoy this sneak preview.
21 July 2016
“Virtual Reality… sounds cool and exciting! We need to get into VR!” At Little Chicken Game Company, we love clients who think this way. VR applications have a lot to offer – as educational or marketing tools, or just for fun. What intrigues us is that a technology thought to be limited to early adopters, is such a big game changer on so many levels. Virtual reality is changing how we think about concepting, creation, distribution, and the business models behind content, so VR devices are now an important market, so […]
28 June 2016
by Olof Moleman As part of the team at Little Chicken en &samhoud media, I was responsible for modelling twenty different dinosaurs and other animals for the Albert Heijn Dino’s augmented and virtual reality app. Most of these where dinosaurs, but the selection also included several other animals such as mammals and marine reptiles. The intention was to create accurate representations of these animals based on current scientific insights. But how to go about such a thing? The picture science paints of dinosaurs is changing: as new evidence is uncovered, new insights change […]