From: Namco Networks, 3/18/08
Namco Networks brings fun, Dilbert-inspired game play, downloadable comics, and sweepstakes on AT&T to consumers nationwide
SAN JOSE, Calif. – (March 18, 2008) – Namco Networks, the leading publisher and developer of mobile games and entertainment for mass-market casual gamers, today announced the availability of its much anticipated mobile game, Dilbert Cubicle Chaos. Another original game through its partnership with United Media, a leading independent licensing and syndication company which licenses Dilbert, Namco Networks continues to bring popular brands to consumers for the mobile platform. Dilbert Cubicle Chaos contains rich features such as downloadable Dilbert comic strips* and bonus game levels...." (Click for full press release.)
Author: Clark Kauffman, 2/20/08
Is it a case of art imitating life, or life imitating art?
"Dilbert," the newspaper comic that routinely ridicules self-important office managers, is taking aim this week at an Iowa company that fired an employee for posting a "Dilbert" strip in the office.
In a bit of self-referential cartooning, "Dilbert" creator Scott Adams has penned a series of strips that indirectly describe the plight of Dave Steward, a former security supervisor for Catfish Bend Casino in Burlington. Steward, 50, a resident of Fort Madison, was fired by the casino last fall after seven years of employment. He had posted on an office bulletin board a "Dilbert" strip in which the protagonist compares his bosses to a bunch of "drunken lemurs..." (Click for full article.)
Author: Paul McNamara, 1/23/08
So you think Dilbert is everywhere already? Think again, my pointy-headed friends, for Dilbert is about to become as common online as the winter cold is in a kindergarten class, thanks to a free widget from comic creator Scott Adams that's certain to prove irresistible to legions of bloggers and site operators... (Click for full article.)