It seems that the fine people at the Philly Ad Club favor our Intern Abuser event more than most interns. Our robotic masterpiece was honored with a 2013 Gold Addy Award in the "Advertising and Promotion- Games" category.
A ground-breaking interactive experiment in high-tech tomfoolery, the Intern Abuser event was an international success. The experience fused custom robotics, HTML, digital and mechanical gaming elements, and lighthearted skullduggery into a hilarious cybernetic fun machine. Players from all over the world were granted an exclusive opportunity to aim and fire Neo-Pangea's robotic weaponry over the Internet at targets in the office. Meanwhile, live video feeds and social media components kept participants actively engaged via an elegant custom browser-based interface. See what all the fuss was about here.
Hosted by the Philly Ad Club, the Philadelphia Addy Awards are presented to the finest creative advertising endeavors from within the greater Philadelphia area. For winning a Gold Award, the Intern Abuser is automatically entered into the regional Addy competition. If Neo-Pangea's entry is successful there, it will advance to the national competition. You can see the entire list of 2013 Addy Award winners in the online "winners book." (We're on page 26!)