Visual Effects Supervisor Roger Nall Launches Red Rover Games

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Van Nuys, CA, December 1, 2006 - Longtime Visual Effects Supervisor Roger Nall has launched Red Rover Games and, a new web-based business which will develop and distribute original casual games for consumers to download and play. The company‘s tagline is “Casual Games for Casual Gamers.” Concurrently, Mr. Nall remains the president of the award winning media company 11:11 MediaWorks, and will continue to also produce visual effects for feature films and television.

During the past eight years, Mr. Nall has worked as Visual Effects Supervisor and Facility Supervisor for numerous projects including; “The Omen,” “Van Wilder 2: The Rise Of Taj,” “Night Skies,” “Kalamazoo?,” “The Terminal,” “Cheaper by the Dozen,” “Out of the Black,” “Blessed Art Thou,” “The Crow: Salvation,” and the CBS mini series “American Tragedy .”

“Lost in the Labyrinth,” a unique maze game, debuts as the first release from the newly formed Red Rover Games.

“Our new company will be creating original downloadable casual games for the ever-expanding casual game market,” Nall said. “Every game will be available in a free Web-playable form and a downloadable demo form, with just a few feature limitations. All Red Rover Games products will be available for purchase in either a Mac or Windows format for the same low price --- $19.95. While we are committed to bringing our high quality entertaining games to both platforms, we‘re long-time Mac enthusiasts and will always support the Mac platform and market.”

The new company‘s lead designer and game developer is Nall‘s son Robert Nall, designer of “R/C Muscle,” a radio control car racing/sim game, as well as “0-Day,” an on-line multi-player game.

Roger Nall described “Lost in the Labyrinth” as a virtual version of the old-fashioned wooden maze game. “It‘s for 1-2 players of all ages. You maneuver your ball from the start to the end point as fast as you can, while dodging bumpers and avoiding holes. You can also grab a friend and play a head to head race on over 30 boards.”

In addition to “Lost in the Labyrinth,” the company will also distribute a unique new line of original merchandise, including T-shirts, mugs, and apparel for dogs.


In addition to his post at, the younger Nall has also designed “R/C Muscle,” a radio control car racing sim/game, as well as “0-Day,” an on-line multiplayer game. He has also created graphic work for the toy company Plastic Fantasy, creating their print ads for ToyFare and FHM magazines. Robert Nall is a graduate of Cogswell Polytechnical College, with a degree in Computer and Video Imaging, and a specialization in Computer Game Design.


In addition to his role as Founder/CEO of Red Rover Games &, Roger Nall is also the founder of 11:11 MediaWorks, a company that specializes in three primary areas for feature films and TV programs: visual effects design and production, (including on-set supervision, plate photography including blue/greenscreen shoots, and motion control,) digital post-production “repairs” (including wire and rig removal, monitor burn-ins, muzzle flashes, screen replacements, film restoration, color correction, and scratch removal,) and the creation of custom motion graphics and design services, (including graphics for faux news broadcasts, technical screens, and interactive displays.)

Prior to launching 11:11 MediaWorks in 2001, Mr. Nall was partner/operator of SOTA Digital, a unit of SOTA F/X in Van Nuys, that he founded in l998 as an entirely Mac-based visual effects house. SOTA Digital contributed effects work to a broad range of projects, including feature films, TV shows, and video/computer games.


Red Rover Games & develops and distributes unique online downloadable casual games. The company also distributes a unique line of original merchandise, comprised of T-shirts, hoodies, coffee mugs, clocks, tote-bags, infant wear, buttons, stickers, and magnets.

The company is located at 6611 Valjean Ave, Suite # 108, Van Nuys, CA, 91406. The phone is 818/780-4466, email is:

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