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Dinoville Adventures: METEOR MADNESS
Produced and created by:
BrownBoots Interactive, Inc.-a Fond du Lac, WI based new-media agency offering cutting edge Website development, 3D animation, CD-ROM or digital business card production, QuickTime virtual reality tours and traditional print advertisement.
See biographies for more information on creative talent.
To be released in July 2004
Produced in Fond du Lac, WI with creative and audio collaboration from Los Angeles, CA to Charlotte, NC to Orlando, FL. See biographies for more info.
Three young dinosaurs discover that long-exiled evil Dr. Enos is planning on destroying Dinoville by re-directing a meteor using his recently invented super-powered electro-magnets. The three kids, CJ, Tommy, and Amanda, jump into action and, along with the help of the good-natured, wheel-chair-bound Professor Liddle, foil the evil plans and save the day.
All of the dinosaurs in the Dinoville Adventures movie are based on real dinosaurs.
The Dino Kids:
CJ-the leader of the group; strong and athletic; all around fun-loving guy; outgoing; adventurous and very competitive; hates to lose and will take on any challenge.
Tommy-all around fun-loving guy; friendly; usually doesn't back down from a challenge, but usually loses.
Amanda-the brains of the bunch; intelligent; cautious and safe; always tries to do the right thing regardless of circumstance.
Other Main Characters:
Mayor Spatz-a courteous politician everyone loves; well-spoken; very accident prone.
Dr. Enos-the evil scientist; evil and twisted; feels the world is against him and revenge is his only recourse; confident and cocky to a fault.
Professor Liddle-the good scientist; has taken on a sort of grandmother quality for the Dino Kids; very smart; quick witted and proper.
Mumps, the Evil Henchman-just plain dumb; clumsy and slow; easily distracted; doesn't know why he does the things he does.
Dinoville Adventures: METEOR MADNESS has generated world-wide interest in twenty-five countries including: