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Greystripe has announced a deal wherein they will distribute games by publisher Digital Chocolate.
As part of the deal, Digital Chocolate will use Greystripe’s AdWRAP technology to deliver in-game advertising, before sending the games on to Greystripe’s 20 Catalog Platform partners and GameJump.com. Games to be distributed in this way are: Tower Bloxx, CafÃ© Solitaire, Johnny Crash, Mafia Wars Yakuza, Night Club Empire, and Rollercoaster Rush.
Greystripe has announced that 12 new providers have signed on to provide content for GameJump, reports MobileIndustry.biz.
The Finnish developer Rovio will add Darkest Fear and Paid to Kill, while United Fun Traders will give the free download portal Blind Fury, Kamikaze, and Mr Revolver.
Other new providers include Hazmat Games, Gear Games, QiOO, Trantor Games, Radarspot, LuBlu, Inlogic, DS Effects, Theoretic Labs and Wattpad.
It seems like all you ever hear these days is “I want to balance a head on a stick”, and it looks like Game Snacks has the answer with their new mobile game, Head On a Stick. This “Head Balancing Sim” (yeah, the genre apparently has a name of its own) allows you to play several different levels with different backdrops and heads using a two-thumb head-balancing control system. You can even store your head-balancing scores online at www.rumblex.com. If you wanna get a better look (and you know you do), check out the Head On a Stick site at Game Jump for more screenshots and other info.
Our friends at Mobile Games Blog have posted a little about Mobile Amusements’ coming gams in 2007. Sudoku Valentine’s Edition has reportedly received a new build, and we can expect to see IMGA-award-nominee Heli Rescue, Waterski Challenge and Tommy Gun throughout 2007. According to MGB, these games will be distributed through aggregator partners and gamejump.com.
Mobile blogger extraordinaire Arjan over at the Mobile Gaming Blog has picked up on a hot tip: HandyGames now has a games download service on their website that’s kinda like Gameloft Connect, except HandyGames won’t charge you any money. Oh, and it works in the US.
You will, however, have to sit (or stand or walk — it’s a mobile phone people!) through advertisements, but it’s cool to see HandyGames work their relationship with Greystripe to offer the first external store based upon the stripe’s GameJump platform. So if adwrapped HandyGames are your thing, go here.
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The players of the free ad-sponsored Gamejump website have agreed with OrangePixel and QuicklyBored that mobile gaming should come in the form of simple and easy to grasp gameplay.
Greystripe won the Best in Show Overall award for its mobile advertising network and its free game distribution portal Gamejump.com at this year’s Under the Radar Mobility Conference.
Greystripe is celebrating because it won the Best in Show award at this year’s Under the Radar Mobility Conference.
Greystripe has announced that it has signed 35 new game developers to their in-game ad network. They now offer over 300 mobile games for free on GameJump.com. All of this has been achieved in less than a half year.