Under Renovations, but there are big things coming!

Due to some changes made by both Facebook and Firefox, the Crimson Winter Facebook game is going to be undergoing some necessary renovations. We know some of you will miss being able to team up on your friends and the thrill of winning battles in the daily war, but we’ll have the game back up and running as soon as we can with some improvements to make it run more smoothly.

And to celebrate Crimson Winter Facebook Game’s return we’ll be running a contest to win free e-copies of Crimson Winter: Ruins of Sapphire, so keep your eyes open for that as well.

In the meantime, we’ve been busy at the studio coming up with our next title. It’s still too early to announce it, but the talk around here has us leaning towards producing our next game for Windows Phone and the Xbox and we’re really excited and pulling out all the stops for this new project hoping that it will be our best one yet.

In addition to working on that, FAS is also looking into expanding our repertoire into cinematography. We’ve made a book trailer for Crimson Winter and you can check it out on youtube.com: 

Coming soon we’ll be putting together a promotional video for First Age Studios and if all goes well, we may be offering promotional videos as a service to our clients!

Speaking of promotional videos, Michael and I were recently interviewed for Cogeco cable’s Plugged In to promote our games and our company on Windsor’s local TV station. No idea yet as to when the episode will be aired, but we’ll keep you posted!


Justine Alley Dowsett

Business and Marketing Director

First Age Studios

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