Escapade Launches Innovative Interactive Halloween Flash SiteBy Escapade, PRNE
Monday, October 11, 2010
LONDON, October 12, 2010 - Escapade fancy dress has unveiled www.halloweenescapade.com, an
interactive and innovative flash based website based around Halloween and
designed for user entertainment.
As one of the UK's predominant fancy dress (www.escapade.co.uk/)
companies, Escapade have learned a thing or two about Halloween in its 28
year history. The company has combined this knowledge with its love for the
fun of the season and have created an unique Halloween website.
The elaborate flash site allows users the chance to really get to enjoy
the season of Halloween in a completely interactive and unique way. The
stunning site is set out like an adventure land and the longer that the user
spends on it, the more they uncover, find and enjoy.
The one of a kind site features a fully interactive flash adventure with
graphically enhanced games, food recipes, a plethora of essential Halloween
freebies, short stories, cocktail recipes, Halloween stories from around the
world and articles ranging from the history of Halloween to legends about
notorious characters associated with the season.
An even more exciting feature of the site is that it changes completely
between day and night. During the day time the site has content and graphics
that are family friendly and aimed at children, but after 7:30pm all of the
content on the site alters drastically with a completely new selection of
graphic games and content, making it worth a visit at least twice. The site
is the first of its kind in the Halloween market and an amazing development
for the festive season.
The idea for the site came about while researching the Halloween market
in the UK and the rest of the world and discovering that there was a gap in
the market. While there are a plethora of websites out there dedicated to
selling costumes and providing useful Halloween information, there are very
few Halloween sites dedicated towards user interactive fun. This is why
Escapade decided to create a site dedicated to the user, allowing them to
really get into the spirit of Halloween in an interactive and fun way.
Escapade Director, Bhupendra Maisuria said: "The aim of the site is to
bring the fun of the Halloween season back to its roots in the United
Kingdom. The majority of the world believes that Halloween is an American
holiday due to the popularity of the season in the United States. However, it
is important to remember that Halloween is British and we are excited about
the opportunity of giving the public a chance to reconnect with this fact in
a fun and interactive manner."
Escapade has been established for more than 28 years having been founded
in 1982. Escapade has thousands of specialist fancy dress costumes and
accessories including kids fancy dress costumes (
www.escapade.co.uk/Childrens-Costumes-sale.asp) with a wide variety of
wigs (www.escapade.co.uk/Wigs-sale.asp), masks, make-up, jewellery and
funny fancy dress (www.escapade.co.uk/Fun-Costumes-sale.asp). Escapade
also provides unique ladies fancy dress costumes such as maternity costumes,
TV and film outfits and sexy costumes.
Over its 28 years in business Escapade has built up an enviable client
list - supplying to retail customers, businesses, schools, charities and many
TV companies including BBC, CBBC, Walt Disney, MTV, Nickelodeon and Channel
4. Escapade costumes have helped to provide many iconic moments including the
"House of Fun" video by Madness and Comic Relief's Celebrity Apprentice which
were filmed at Escapade's Camden store. Many Escapade fancy dress costumes
were also used in the popular TV series "Trigger Happy TV" starring Dom Joly
and the store was featured on Gok Wan's "How to look Good Naked".
For more information Escapade or this PR, please contact: Nicholas Williams 45-46 Chalk Farm Road Camden London NW1 8AJ +44(0)207-485-7384 www.escapade.co.uk
For more information Escapade or this PR, please contact: Nicholas Williams, 45-46 Chalk Farm Road, Camden, London, NW1 8AJ, +44(0)207-485-7384.
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