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The Leisure Society reveal new game and Stream New LP!

The Leisure Society have revealed an online game to accompany their single ‘Fight For Everyone’ based on the animated video created by Brighton’s ‘Persistent Peril’ that you can watch below, the game is a quick slice of fun that challenges players to protect a deer from attacking foxes! To get a high score, the goal is to pick up, catch and fling away the marauding foxes before they leap on the deer and go feral! Facebook connectivity means players can share their score with friends and fight for the top spot!
You can play the game here from the band’s official site-

http://www.theleisuresociety.co.uk/fightforeveryone/

Built by London studio Goodboy Digital with cutting-edge HTML5 code, the game plays ‘in-browser’ on any (decent) device, which is rather clever! Goodboy’s ‘App-less’ make-once, release-everywhere approach means it runs on everything from desktop to tablet to smart phone. Windows, Apple or Android, it’s a fun fight for everyone!
The band’s Christian Hardy, a fan of digital technologies (or geek!) commented, ‘As soon as we saw the amazing music video Persistent Peril had made for us, we got excited about the idea of turning it into an interactive version. Their idea of tablet-like movements being behind the creation and management of life is such a fun idea, and thanks to the clever chaps at Goodboy, we can all have a little go at it now!’
The video and game will be featured in Adam Buxton’s ‘BUG’ at the BFI as part of his ‘Evolution of Music Video’ series.Also, their new Album Alone Aboard The Ark (out April 1) is currently streaming exclusively at The Independent from this link-

http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/features/exclusive-album-stream-the-leisure-society-alone-aboard-the-ark-8549686.html

Fight for everyone review




http://www.goodboydigital.com/
http://www.persistentperil.com/

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