Arjan at the Mobile Games Blog found out that Greystripe’s massive catalog of games will soon be available on MocoSpace. MocoScape is a free social networking site designed for mobile users. They offer photo sharing, chat, forums, and video to share with other mobile phone users. Greystripe’s games are all fully ad-supported, meaning that the games are free to download and play but feature advertisements at the beginning and end of the game, and occasionally during loading screens. You can get a sampling of Greystripe’s catalog by visiting GameJump or, soon, from MocoSpace’s site.
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Greystripe and Opera have teamed up in an effort to make mobile games more accessible to users of the Opera Mini web browser software for phones.
Opera Mini is now using Greystripe’s AdWRAP Catalog Platform to deliver mobile content to users of the browser. The AdWRAP Catalog Platform makes Greystripe’s entire library of over 900 titles available to web sites, portals and, of course, mobile applications like Opera Mini. Users have already downloaded over 1.6 million games in the first month of the partnership.
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.
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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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.
With the release of the Gamejump.com Mobile Game Consumer Insight - the worlds first free mobile games study, Ozura Mobiles title – Texas Holdem Poker, has been ranked as the top game played on the advertising sponsored mobile games portal.
Speaking of Greystripe, they recently won the Bright Star for Mobile Marketing at this year’s Mobile Star Awards by Mobile Village.