Kool cigarettes are a trendy snack these days, and that’s exactly why the game maker Kool-Aid is launching an ad campaign aimed at enticing the younger generation to indulge in their favorite habit.
In a bid to get gamers in a better mood, Kool’s team has created a series of short videos that are designed to draw a link between the addictive habit of smoking and the game.
This ad campaign will run for at least a month, and it will focus on the importance of smoking habits among gamers, including highlighting how Kool is one of the few game makers to make the game into a full game.
The ad campaign is part of the company’s strategy to make games that are both enjoyable and that are not just for kids, according to CEO and founder of Kool Aid Scott Meehan.
The games are intended to reach younger people, he said.
“There’s a lot of younger people playing video games.
They’re playing games that they’re going to enjoy for a long time and that they might have a relationship with,” he said in an interview.”
We think that there’s something special about that demographic.”
The games, which are part of KooFur Games, have been designed by the company to appeal to people of all ages, he added.
“If we want to reach kids, we have to create something that they’ll want to play for a lifetime.”
Kool’s ad campaign has a focus on Kool and KoolAid, and is part a strategy to reach gamers.
“It’s a strategy that we’ve been trying to apply for a couple of years now to create a game that people can enjoy for an extended period of time,” he explained.
“A game that is going to stay with them for a very long time.”
One of the main goals is to give gamers a reason to come back for the next game they play.
“One of my goals is that it’s something that you’re going for, but it’s also something that’s going to keep you playing the game for years and years and then maybe give you a little bit of a reward for the effort you put in,” Meeham said.
While Kool has been working with advertising agencies to create the ads, the company has been doing its own research into the subject.
“It has become a little more obvious to me over the last year that there is a market for Kool, and I think that Kool as a brand is an important part of that,” he added.””
You see the ads and it’s like, ‘Oh, they’re a brand that makes games that I can play for life’,” Meegan said.
One of Koot’s most popular games, The Simpsons: Tapped Out, also features a cartoon version of Koos character Homer Simpson.”
The Simpsons: The Tapped-Out game was a really big success.
We made more than 300 million dollars in revenue in that one game alone,” Miehan said.
KoolAid is one the first game makers in the world to have released a full-game video game.
In January, Koo launched a game called Kool Wars, which features a brand new version of the classic game, along with some new gameplay elements.