We’ve been working around the clock to bring you more fun and fashion.
Here’s a sneak peak of what’s to come!
Want to give us your feedback?
Our team just got a little bigger - and younger!
Welcome our amazing summer interns for 2013 :)
From the left:
Raf - from Germany, on new game testing, fav game: Heavy Rain
Erick - from Germany, on new game UI design, fav game: WoW
Keiran - from Australia, on tools and stats, fav game: Halo
Kaka - from HK, on cross game features, fav game: Puzzle & Dragons
Lindsay - from USA, on 3d animations, fav game: Terraria
Kevin - from HK, on social features, fav game: Baldur’s Gate 2
Eva - from HK, on coding a new title, fav game: Kutar
Francis - from HK, on coding a new title, fav game: F18 Carrier Landing
Excited to have their talents, creativity and enthusiasm with us on our journey!
Teen Vogue Launches Branded Mobile Game: Teen Vogue Me Girl
New York, NY—February 5, 2012
Teen Vogue—the number one source of fashion and beauty news for style-conscious teens and 20-somethings everywhere— announces today the launch of an exclusive TEEN VOGUE edition of the mobile game Me Girl, available for free on The Apple App Store, the Amazon App Store and Google Play.
Teen Vogue Me Girl is the first 3D fashion role-play game from Teen Vogue, a unique collaboration with mobile game company Frenzoo, creators of the hit Me Girl™ series. Inspired by the successful mobile game Style Me Girl™, the new Teen Vogue edition simulates the experiences of real-life fashion interns. Players work their way through virtual assignments styling models, editors, and celebrities for magazine layouts, cover shoots, red-carpet events, and more. The game features a virtual replica of the Teen Vogue fashion closet, complete with custom-created 3D items curated by the brand’s editors and based on current fashion and beauty trends. As each new styling challenge is achieved, players are rewarded with new trending fashions, achieve status, titles and in-game currency. At launch, there will be 10 assignment levels, with new assignments arriving frequently.
Teen Vogue represents a multi-platform millennial generation, and gaming is a medium we have had our eye on for a few years now. The growing trend of young female gamers is exploding, especially on mobile devices, and the timing was finally right for us to expand into the space” says Teen Vogue Editor-In-Chief, Amy Astley. “Since our audience is also incredibly career focused, we wanted our game to have elements of fashion and career, and this game encompasses both. Teen Vogue’s audience is extremely mobile-savvy, always on their smartphones and tablets so we wanted a way to reach them on a new and exciting media platform with a product that is fun and true to our brand.
"Our mission with Me Girl™ is to create personal, playful and inspirational experiences. We’re thrilled to work with Teen Vogue to bring this exciting fashion game to life” says Frenzoo CEO, Simon Newstead.
Teen Vogue Me Girl Features Include:
Apple App Store
Images and screenshot
About Teen Vogue
Teen Vogue, a Condé Nast publication, a division of Advance Publications, which operates in 25 countries, is the number one source of fashion and beauty news for style-conscious teens and 20-somethings everywhere. In the United States, Condé Nast publishes 18 consumer magazines, two trade publications, and 27 websites that garner international acclaim and unparalleled consumer engagement. The Teen Vogue brand brings the sophistication and authority of Vogue to a new generation of savvy young women who desire to be on the cutting edge of fashion, beauty, and culture. Launched in February 2003, Teen Vogue publishes ten issues a year and has a circulation of more than 1,000,000 readers.
Frenzoo is a mobile game startup creating a new class of 3D lifestyle games for girls and women. The company’s offerings include the hit Me Girl™ series, enjoyed by millions around the world. The company is backed by Ambient Sound Investments, an early stage venture firm supported by the founding engineers of Skype, as well as Siemer Ventures, K5 Ventures, Metaverse Services and others. For more information, visit http://www.frenzoo.com and http://www.megirl.com.
Hi Press and Partners,
Feel free to use the following images:
Me Girl logo
Teen Vogue Me Girl icon
Teen Vogue Me Girl banner
Teen Vogue Me Girl screenshots
Teen Vogue Me Girl video
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Me Girl: Meet Me Girl's New Community Queen - Ashley -
It’s Ashley here, the newest addition to the Me Girl team.
I’m the new Community Manager here, but I secretly like to call myself the Community Queen.
I’m thrilled to be apart of Me Girl and I can’t wait to get to know all of you.
WHAT DOES A COMMUNITY MANAGER DO, ANYWAY?
Given the rise of Social Casino games over the past year it seems somewhat appropriate that the Social Gaming Asia Summit is being held later today in the worldwide nexus for gambling, Macau.
Today I’ll be joining a panel on keys to success on Mobile, together with Eric Tan, Gameloft’s head of China as well as Frank Yu, CEO of Kwestr.
Other speakers include Japanese gaming expert Dr Serkan Toto talking on the differences between social gaming in the East and West, and Wang Yong, CEO of DeNA China talking about exporting Japanese models to other countries.
If you’re coming along, do say hi!
Creating Me Girl -
Our CEO Simon has blogged about creating a game brand and Me Girl. Take a read.