Gameloft(R), a leading international publisher and developer of downloadable video games, celebrates the launch of the iPad in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, Canada, Japan, and Australia with the release of seven new titles. Gameloft’s new launch titles for the iPad in these countries are: Blokus, GT Racing: Motor Academy, Real Football 2010, Chess Classics, Brain Challenge, Gangstar : West Coast Hustle and Real Tennis. They will be available early June.
“The iPad is the most user-friendly portable game platform available that will once again transform your experience with digital and downloadable games. We’ve supported the iPad since its launch in the U.S. in early April with titles that have garnered critical acclaim. We’re eager to expand our selection of games for the launch of the iPad in these new territories,” commented Michel Guillemot, president and founder of Gameloft.
Gameloft has established itself as one of the first major publishers on Apple’s App Store with 65 iPhone games launched since July 2008 and 15 games available on the iPad. These seven new titles will be added to the catalogue of games already available on the iPad, including bestsellers such as N.O.V.A. – Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance, Asphalt 5, Hero of Sparta, UNO(TM) and Iron Man 2.
Gameloft’s Apps for iPad are available from the App Store at http://www.itunes.com/appstore/.
The games’ prices will range from 3,99EUR to 7,99EUR.
For more information please visit: http://www.gameloft.com.
Gameloft is the worldwide leader in developing and publishing downloadable video games. Gameloft is now positioned, after 10 years, as one of the most innovative companies in its field. The company designs games for mobile phones, smartphones, iPhone, iPod touch and iPad for which the number of units should exceed four billion in 2012. As a pioneer in the new downloadable game console market, Gameloft publishes games for WiiWare, DSiWare, Microsoft Xbox LIVE Arcade and PlayStation Network. Partnership agreements with major licensors allow Gameloft to associate the strongest international brands with such games as Uno, Ferrari, Shrek, CSI, Iron Man, Spiderman and Sonic. The company also has its own brand portfolio with established franchises such as Real Football, Asphalt and Cerebral Challenge. Gameloft has locations on all continents, distributes its games in 100 countries and has its own production studios with over 3,500 developers. Gameloft is listed on the Paris Stock Exchange (ISIN: FR0000079600, Bloomberg: GFT FP, Reuters: GLFT.PA).