November 27, 2013 – Podgorica, Montenegro – The .ME Registry proudly announces the launch of make.me, a mobile game that helps friends accomplish their personal goals by turning those goals into group challenges.
MakeMe gives you and your friends – regardless of where each of you lives and what your personal goals are – the structure to achieve and improve your life in a fun, social, and interactive way. MakeMe is private by default so you can post unflattering pictures, trash-talk each other for motivation, or ask for help when you’re feeling run-down. Players get a full deck of playing cards to take days off, protect teammates, and deal with all of the challenges that pop-up when you want to stick to a personal goal.
Predrag Lesic, CEO of the .ME Registry states: “I am very excited about Make.ME. As this is exactly the sort of company we love to work with through the Premium Domain Program. Not only is the idea behind this app innovative, personal and expressive, but it also invites users to get more out of life. Our entire team looks forward to using MakeMe!”
MakeMe is made up of a small team of developers and designers based in San Diego, Washington, D.C., London, and the Eindhoven (Netherlands). The company was founded on the idea that human achievement is a multiplayer game.
Samir Singh, Co-Founder of MakeMe explains: “Everyone knows that having a buddy counting on you to show up increases the chance that you’ll go for that run or make it to that yoga class. With MakeMe, your buddies are waiting for you even when they’re on the other side of the planet. And it doesn’t matter what your goals are – exercise, learning a new language, eating healthier foods, meditation – it turns out that being in a beautiful and fun mobile space where you can share your action with real friends just makes real achievement happen.”
MakeMe is currently only available for iPhone but the creators are working on releasing for Android in the first part of next year.
For more information on MakeMe, please visit http://www.make.me/.