Frima Studio: Massively Creative - about - Services - consoles

By: Frima Studio  09-12-2011
Keywords: Helicopter, Console

So Da Vinci the Great Inventor sketched a helicopter!

Did he make a Zombie horde move across a city with the flick of a thumb, did he save Sea World with a tap of the A button.. no, but the helicopter was still a great idea.

You sketch the great idea; we'll make it a reality! Inventive games on console! Frima Studio, Massively Creative

Keywords: Console, Helicopter

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