Arriva bus firm prove they're game
BUDDING game designers are being called upon to create an official PC game for a bus company. Arriva the Shires and Essex has launched the competition and the winning game, which must be bus themed and playable on a PC, will be uploaded on the company s n
BUDDING game designers are being called upon to create an official PC game for a bus company.
Arriva the Shires and Essex has launched the competition and the winning game, which must be bus themed and playable on a PC, will be uploaded on the company's new website.
The winner will also take home a host of prizes including a top-of-the-range laptop, free Arriva bus travel for a year and a VIP trip around a leading games house.
Linsey Frostick, customer services manager for Arriva, said: "Whether it's swords-and-sorcery, fantasy world wizardry or a virtual version of everyday life, we want budding games designers in St Albans to work their magic and create the official Arriva game.
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"We launched our brand new website to improve our web offering to customers and we believe that an official Arriva game is a great way to keep our site relevant and interesting for all of our customers." For more information visit www.arrivabus.co.uk
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