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Course 2 is a side-scrolling platforming advertgame developed by Behaviour Interactive that was released for free on Xbox Live Arcade on May 8, 2013. It is the sequel to "
A Windows 8 version of the game,
Course Go!, has since been released.
On May 8, 2013, the sequel to "
Course" was released for free on Xbox Live Arcade.
Course 2 was removed from the Xbox Live Marketplace in April 2014. Microsoft has announced that the game's online servers closed on October 15, 2014.
In December 2011, Harris became a finalist in the
the Super Bowl commercial contest. His commercial "Bird of Prey" airs on television in the United States and Canada.
As of year-end 2010, "
Course" has been downloaded over 1.4 million times. It has received an aggregated review score of 74 on Metacritic, based on five reviews.
The agency is credited with creating the
the Super Bowl" promotion, which has earned a number of industry accolades, including a Gold Lion at the Cannes Lions International Advertising Festival. In 2013, the agency won two Lions at Cannes for its work on the "Uncle Drew" film for Pepsi Max.
Harms Way is a racing advergame developed by independent software developer Bongfish GmbH for the Xbox 360's Xbox Live Arcade service. It was released on December 8, 2010 for free as one of the finalists of the Doritos-sponsored "Unlock Xbox" competition for 2010, alongside "
Course". Originating from a hybrid racing/shooting game concept by Ogden, Utah gamer Justin Carpenter, this game has a wasteland-like setting and feeling, similar to "Borderlands". On December 29, 2010, it was announced that "Harms Way" lost to "
Course" in the second "Unlock Xbox" competition. However, due to positive feedback on both games, Frito-Lay decided to give both Carpenter and competition winner Jill Robertson the same US$50,000 consultation prize each. The soundtrack for the game was provided by Austrian thresh metal band Die Mognstuambuam.
In the original "
Course", players unlocked levels by simply playing them; the case is not the same here. In "Crash Course 2", players must now collect "stars" in the game, which are used to unlock levels, buy power-ups, and have avatar effects to change their Avatar's appearance in-game. Coins are another type of token which players can buy for Microsoft Points and are used for the same purposes as stars.
Kina Kasuya Grannis (born August 4, 1985) is an American singer-songwriter and actress. Grannis was the winner of the 2008
the Super Bowl contest. As a result of winning, she earned a recording contract with Interscope Records and had her music video played during the commercials of Super Bowl XLII on February 3, 2008. She won Best Web-Born Artist at the 2011 MTV O Music Awards.
Cazzey Louis Cereghino is an actor, best known as one of the Capital One Vikings. He has appeared in more Super Bowl commercials for more different companies than anyone else in history. In 2013, he was part of the team that won the
the Super Bowl" contest, when he appeared wearing a wedding dress. Other notable characters include Harold "Big" Johnson on Grimm, Tiny on "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" and Moses on "Battles B.C." on the History Channel.
On November 14, 2007, she created her YouTube account and began posting videos of her songs online. Her first video, "Message from Your Heart," was entered into
the Super Bowl contest. The contest, which she won, landed her a contract with Interscope Records. Her YouTube videos have received more than 99 million views and have propelled her to become one of YouTube's most popular personalities. Grannis planned to work with Interscope Records to produce a new album, but in January 2009, she announced that she was leaving the label to be an independent artist.
Course (originally conceived as Avatar Crash Course) is a 2.5D sidescrolling platforming advergame developed by Wanako Games for the Xbox 360's Xbox Live Arcade service. It was released on December 8, 2010 for free as one of the finalists of the Doritos-sponsored "Unlock Xbox" competition for 2010, alongside "Harms Way". The game's concept came from Raleigh, North Carolina gamer Jill Robertson, who was inspired by Japanese game shows such as "Sasuke"/"Ninja Warrior" and the Western game show "Wipeout". On December 29, 2010, the game was announced the winner of the second "Unlock Xbox" competition.
The advertisers for Super Bowl XLVII included Mercedes-Benz, Gildan, Samsung, BlackBerry, Kraft Foods, Subway, Taco Bell, Procter & Gamble, Best Buy, Coca-Cola, Sodastream, PepsiCo (including entries in the
the Super Bowl contest), Axe, Audi, Kia Motors, Ford Motor Company, Wonderful Pistachios, GoDaddy and perpetual Super Bowl advertiser Anheuser-Busch. Ram Trucks and the Future Farmers of America ran a two-minute commercial based on the Paul Harvey speech "So God Made a Farmer." Movie studios Paramount Pictures, Universal Studios and Walt Disney Studios paying for movie trailers to be aired during the Super Bowl. With Paramount paying for "Star Trek Into Darkness" and "World War Z", Universal paying for the debut trailer for "Fast & Furious 6" that followed "Monsters vs. Aliens"' footsteps and Disney paying for "Iron Man 3", "The Lone Ranger" and "Oz the Great and Powerful".
Development of a social media marketing strategy must also take into account interaction with traditional media including the potential both for synergies, where the two combine to greater effect, and cannibalism, where one takes market from the other, leading to no real market expansion. This can be seen in the growing connection between marketing buzz and traditional television broadcasts. Shows monitor buzz, encouraging audience participation on social media during broadcasts, and in 2013 the Nielsen ratings were expanded to include social media rankings based on Twitter buzz. But the best known example is the Super Bowl advertising phenomenon. Companies build anticipation before the game using different tactics that include releasing the ads or teasers for them on-line, soliciting user input such as
the Super Bowl competition where on-line voting between consumer created ads determines which will air during the game, and purposefully generating controversy, such as the 2013 and 2014 SodaStream ads that were rejected by the network airing the game for directly naming competitors.
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