Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Bigpoint has added DarkOrbit, Seafight, Farmerama, and Zoomumba to the online marketplace

Bigpoint (http://www.bigpoint.com/) – the global market leader in browser-based massively multiplayer online games (MMOGs) – today announced that its most popular free-to-play games are available in the Chrome Web Store. Bigpoint has added DarkOrbit, Seafight, Farmerama, and Zoomumba to the online marketplace, all Flash-based titles that together have garnered over 100+ million registered users worldwide.

In 2011, Bigpoint will add Unity-based titles to the Chrome Web Store, including Ruined Online, a fast-paced, arena-style combat game set in a post-apocalyptic San Francisco. Unveiled earlier this year at GDC Online, the title includes high-end graphical and gameplay features common to traditional console games. Under development at Bigpoint’s first North American office in San Francisco, Ruined Online is planned for release early next year.

 “Since 2002, Bigpoint has grown quickly around the world by integrating our content into leading game portals, media networks, and online marketplaces,” said Heiko Hubertz, CEO and Founder, Bigpoint. “Adding our most-popular games to the Chrome Web Store will further grow our diverse community of users in the US and beyond.”

Bigpoint distributes its games through over 1000 unique destinations globally. The company localizes its content into more than 30 languages, and generates revenue from in-game micro-transactions in over 180 nations.

Through its global reach, Bigpoint adds roughly 250,000 new users every day.
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