Zoobe Decorates Ghostbusters HQ For Christmas


Zoobe shared with ghostheads and anyone who’ll be in a festive mood over the next month that they’ve updated their Ghostbusters Firehouse HQ background.

Apparently the guys, Janine, or the rookies found time to mop up ectoplasm and decorate the office for Christmas. You know most of those gifts are for Dr. Venkman. 😀

Check out this slimy Christmas message from Robin Shelby, the actress who played Slimer in the Ghostbusters 2 movie! Have fun sending your own festive messages using the new Slimer Christmas character available now in the Zoobe app!

Zoobe is available for both iOS and Android devices.

Photo Source: Zoobe

Zoobe Adds Mr. Stay-Puft


Zoobe who introduced many a ghostheads to their character based voice messaging app with Slimer (Ecto-Containment Blog Post, August 19, 2015) has added everyone’s really favorite Ghostbusters ghost (Sorry Robin. :p) to Zoobe today.

The scene is practically straight out of Ghostbusters when Mr. Stay-Puft strolls down the avenue. Except he’s almost immediately hit with multiple confinement streams. Somehow he still makes time to provide a message of your choosing! 😀

Zoobe is available for both iOs and Android.

In one of my multiple attempts at using a free marshmallow man character to my advantage I made him a spokes marshmallow once again!


Should or when the Zoobe link expires I’ve also shared (should it remain) this video to Ecto-Containment’s Twitter and Facebook accounts.

Photo Source: Zoobe

Zoobe Messaging Adds Ghostbusters Content


Earlier today I saw one of my ghosthead friends post a short animation of Slimer. Slimer “spoke,” with original dialogue about our Ghostbusters franchise site. I didn’t know originally it was part of an animated message app called Zoobe. Honestly I hadn’t previously heard of this particular app.

Because of the Ghostbusters content, quite a few ghostheads were trying it out and sharing video. By this evening after eating a little like Slimer would, if he was real I wanted to try the Zoobe app and see what was going on. I shared a few of my Slimer videos on Facebook and Twitter. Continue reading