Lime pictures and Channel 4 create Hollyoaks videogame

Fans of the Chester-based soap opera Hollyoaks might be pleased to hear that the dramatic disputes and shocking confessions for which the soap is so known longer restricted to television, as Lime Pictures and Channel 4 have created the soap’s first ever game for phones and tablets.

The game features over 100 different levels and lets players become the newest residents of the soap and receive texts and voicemails from its characters.

Social media sharing has been embedded into the game and users encouraged build a social community, compete with friends and share high scores.

A Hollyoaks spokesperson said:

“We are really excited to announce the game, which will fill the spaces when Hollyoaks is off-screen. We hope that fans will enjoy seeing the imagined world of Hollyoaks and interacting with characters on the set, while sharing scores with friends.”

The game was built by Big Bit in Brighton. Hollyoaks was the “most Tweeted about soap this year” and has 1.9m Facebook fans.

Source: Prolific North


Words: Daniel Pearce


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