Unique Games confirms Gameloft agreement
Unique Games today announced that it has secured a long-term mobile content deal with GameloftÆ an international developer and publisher of video games for mobile phones and includes titles such as Prince of PersiaÆ, Tom Clancy’s Splinter CellÆ and RaymanÆ
Gameloft has created a wide portfolio of Java and Brew games, each of which is adapted to the specific features of various devices to be released on the market. Each exclusive brand offers hours of entertainment to customers worldwide.
Unique Games will provide titles from some of the industry’s best game developers to create exceptional mobile phone entertainment.
Mark Watts, Technical Director, Unique Games said: “Gameloft has an amazing array of exclusive branded games and we are thrilled to be able to offer consumers titles of this quality. We look forward to working with Gameloft and developing our portfolio of games.”
Charles Revillon, Marketing Manager at Gameloft, said: “Unique Games has an interesting future programme for mobile game consumers, which we fully support. Their aim to offer branded titles to UK mobile gamers is ambitious and can only be of benefit to the mobile game market.”
Other key titles will fall under the same distribution agreement, which kicks off with immediate effect.
Discover the latest episode of this adventure with the unique gameplay, which has already won the hearts of 10 million players. Control Rayman in different worlds, using the character’s skills to survive the many traps and enemies in the environment.
Prince of Persia: Harem Adventures
The Sultan’s wives have been kidnapped by the Vizier in order to carry out experiments on abstinence. He no longer knows how to express his desires-and only you can set them free! You must complete 7 original levels to deliver 7 kidnapped beauties.
Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell
Your name is Sam Fisher and you are the best field-operative of the secretive “black-ops” NSA sub-agency THIRD ECHELON. Take advantage of the environment to sneak behind enemies’ line. Remember: although killing may compromise secrecy, the choice between leaving a witness or a corpse is no choice at all.