Monday, July 16, 2012

Introducing the SMARCADE

In case you've been living in a cave and still haven't heard, Powerhouse Animation, in conjunction with SmodCo, Ice Cap Games, and Gamesalad, released two new mobile games to the masses last week. Too Fat to Fly and Let Us Dance!, both featuring Jay and Silent Bob, are available now in the app store! You should download them immediately (if you haven't already) for endless hours of joy and entertainment. Check 'em out on Kevin Smith's Smarcade:

Let Us Dance!

Too Fat to Fly


Watch some gameplay videos below!
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The game has been getting some attention from a variety of news outlets including the Huffington Post! We were lucky enough to have Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes demo it at Comic Con over the weekend for tons of adoring fans. They are also being featured on IGN this week!

Let us know what you think of the games! Enjoy!

Monday, July 9, 2012

Babble-On


In case you were out living a life of leisure, here's what you've missed: Kevin Smith's Hulu series, Spoilers released its 6th episode this morning-- this one starring the legendary Stan Lee who is in the studio to talk about Spiderman. It also features another fantastic animation segment from Powerhouse!


If you missed last week's episode with Jon Favreau talking about Magic Mike you can watch that one here. It also includes a Powerhouse segment! Stay tuned later this week for another huge Powerhouse/Kevin Smith announcement from Comic-Con!

Thursday, July 5, 2012

Doug Beck

Today is Doug Beck’s last day at Powerhouse Animation Studios, Inc..

For over 11 years, Doug has been a shining example of what it means to be a good employee, animator, director, partner, and all around human being. He will be leaving a hole at Powerhouse that probably will never quite be re-filled.

It is hard to imagine Powerhouse without Doug’s leadership; or leading at Powerhouse without Doug’s counsel.

Always softspoken, Doug lead by example and character. Doug always put doing the right thing first and acted in a way that put others before him to make sure we succeeded as a group. In a world that often seems to have gone mad, we could just look to Doug’s office to remember that there was still some sanity left.

We are losing Doug to mission work in the Dominican Republic, where he will be working with children and passing these qualities and skills on to others. We are grateful for the time Doug spent with us and what he has taught us. We hope that we can keep him as an example, till we see him again-- hopefully soon.