Zombies, Atlanta, and Tax Credits

Menue Americas Corporation launches its new free-to-play online video game, Zombie Mosh on Facebook and takes advantage of Georgia Entertainment Industry Incentive Act. The Georgia Entertainment Industry Incentive Act gives "qualifying" game developers and publishers a transferrable 20 percent base tax credit on all "qualified expenditures" within the state, such as labor, materials and services. The Act gives an additional 10 percent tax credit if the company promotes the state by placing a Georgia promotional logo in the video game.

Zombie Mosh’s creators are not the only zombie-related action in town – Atlanta is also home to AMC’s new zombie-themed TV series The Walking Dead.

Based on the board game of the same name published by Bucephalus Games, Zombie Mosh is a game about the social lives of zombies. Players customize their zombies and zombie dance clubs, invite friends to join them, earn points by putting humans into zombie graves and growing them into zomblings (baby zombies) and more.

The company created another Facebook game called Roman Taxi. Find out more about the Zombie Mosh game via its Facebook page.

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