London group Cimex has covered just about every base in this World Cup ’98 CD-ROM for client Allied Domecq. The hybrid package operates like an interactive wall chart, incorporating an original drum’n’bass score. It contains background information about teams, fixtures, venues and results as well as the facility to engineer various ‘fantasy’ scenarios. Text has been kept to a minimum to aid international distribution of the CD. Cimex design director Afzal Mohammad says the package combines the immediacy of the Internet with the production values of the CD-ROM.
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