Representatives from Creative Kingdoms, creators of MagiQuest, a live-action interactive game, announced the formation of its newest subsidiary company, Aqua Kingdoms, and named its President, Water Park Industry Veteran, Carin Brown.
Aqua Kingdoms is an aquatic products company focused on developing innovative and interactive water play experiences.
One key product line, AquaQuest, is an adaptation of the MagiQuest game technology to an aquatic environment. Using an AquaGlove, guests will activate water effects, complete challenges and score points as they navigate through various water attractions, explore the waterpark or go on adventures. The game can be seamlessly integrated into any existing water park.
Other water play features with "wow" factors will be introduced and added to the product lineup and announced in detail soon. "Our company will bring new, exciting and technologically advanced products to the market that will change the way people play at water parks forever, " said Carin Brown, President of Aqua Kingdoms.
Brown has been involved with the commercial aquatic industry for over 20 years. Prior to joining Aqua Kingdoms, she was the Director of Design/Build Services, working on a variety of high profile waterpark projects with the aquatic firm, Neuman Group. Prior to that, she invested thirteen years with SCS Interactive in a variety of roles including interactive waterplay structure design, sales, project management and installation.
"We are excited about getting back into the waterpark industry with our newest company. Aqua Kingdoms will use the technology we have perfected with MagiQuest along with several other new concepts to create a series of completely new water play attractions for the industry, " said Rick Briggs, co- founder of Creative Kingdoms.
The synergy between the MagiQuest and Aqua Kingdoms teams will be unlike anything the industry has seen before."
Carin can be reached at (608) 228-2668 or by email at email@example.com.
About Creative Kingdoms
In addition to the wildly-popular MagiQuest, Creative Kingdoms has also created Wiley’s Woods (Great Wolf Lodge, Wisconsin Dells), Tree House Challenge and The Great Barn (Stone Mountain, Atlanta).
Creative Kingdoms was co-founded in 1999 by Denise Weston, Rick Briggs, Jonathan Barney and Fred Frantz with a powerful goal — to invent new patented technologies that bring families out of the house and into your facility by putting the "magic" literally into the hands of people around the world.
Briggs has three decades of experience in experiential design, more than 30 patents and numerous awards in theme park design. With a resume featuring projects at Busch Gardens, Adventure Island, Six Flags, Universal Studios and London’s Millennium Dome, Briggs has established himself as one of the industry’s most innovate designers. He has been honored with awards including the World Waterpark Association Innovation (WWA) Award in 1992, WWA Best New Waterpark Attraction Award in 1994, and was elected into the WWA Hall of Fame in 2000.