Ezone.com was founded in 1996 in San Francisco by the Edis Brothers Jamie and Simon. We are still a two man company and over the years have created more than 200 web games and animations - including "Sling", "Lenny Loosejocks in Space", "Lenny Loosejocks Goes Walkabout", "Lenny Loosejocks Goes Spelunking", and online games for “SpongeBob Squarepants”, "E.T. - The Extra Terrestrial", “Tarzan”, "Xena:Warrior Princess", "Happy Gilmore", "Leave It To Beaver", "Hercules: The Legendary Journeys", "The Chipmunks", "Nancy Drew", "Bobby's World", "Godzilla:The Series", "Power Rangers in Space", "Mr.Bill Presents", "Monster Farm", "Crash Bandicoot", "Eek the Cat", "South Park", "Baseketball", "AT&T's WorldNet Willie", "Blues Brothers 2000", "The Jackal", "Slap Shot", "Smokey and the Bandit", "CatDog" and many more!
Ezone.com is now based in Perth, Western Australia. In addition to running the Ezone.com game site we also develop custom 2D and 3D games for clients. If you are interested in a game for your site, please contact us. Many of the games on the site are also available for license, so if you would like to add a game as-is or have it customized for your site, let us know. We also have a bunch of games that you can add to your site for free.
Jamie Edis is the creative force behind Ezone - bringing a strong background in creative design and classical animation to the Ezone team. He is essentially a one-man-band: areas of expertise include computer animation (2D and 3D), storyboards and illustration, puppetmaking / puppeteering, camera operations, video editing, soundtracks, sound effects, and voices. His unique animation style - and his comprehensive knowledge of the software tools used to animate - enables Jamie to create some of the most advanced Web site animation and games existing today. Jamie is also the creator and the voice of Lenny Loosejocks.
Simon Edis is a Mechanical Engineer who found his way into game development and the Internet. His career started in offshore engineering but a move to San Francisco in the Internet Boom 90's resulted in the formation of Ezone.com with his brother Jamie. In addition to game coding and design, Simon addresses technical aspects of the website and business, and is largely responsible for the strategic direction, marketing and business management of Ezone.com.
Want To Make Your Own Games?
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