For Immediate Release
Regensburg, Germany - February 28, 2013 - dreamfab has partnered with Nextpeer to bring multiplayer capabilities to the popular endless runner Chasing Yello on iOS today. Now players can challenge up to three of their Facebook friends in head-to-head battles or an unlimited number of other Yello fans in the all-new tournament mode. Unlike most multiplayer experiences on mobile, in Chasing Yello gamers can actually see their opponents in-game to really battle it out to the finish line in real-time. Download Chasing Yello from the iTunes App Store https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/chasing-yello/id508314901?mt=8 today!
"Nextpeer has been a great partner for us in bringing true multiplayer capabilities to Chasing Yello", said Andreas Mihalovits, Managing Director of dreamfab. "As one of our most popular titles, Chasing Yello fans have been clamoring for multiplayer since its launch, and we are happy to now be able to offer this functionality".
"Chasing Yello's latest update with multiplayer mode is the best multiplayer game we have ever seen with Nextpeer multiplayer SDK", said Shai Magzimof, CEO of Nextpeer. "We're all very excited to watch its success in the App Store".
About Chasing Yello
In Chasing Yello players must utilize the simple tilt and swipe controls to jump and dive around obstacles in a local creek where Yello has escaped. Now with new multiplayer capabilities gamers can challenge their Facebook friends and/or countless other Chasing Yello players in tournament mode. The action-packed endless runner course becomes a high-speed, obstacle-ridden racetrack as players try to beat out the other 'Yello's' onscreen to collect the most stars and be the fastest! Stars collected can be used to purchase power-ups and boosts, so be the first in the pack to collect them all!
For more information about Chasing Yello and dreamfab's all-star lineup of games, please visit: http://www.dreamfab.com/
About dreamfab GmbH & Co KG.
Based in Regensburg, Germany, dreamfab specializes in the production and publishing of premium casual games. The company's first award winning iOS titles "Demolition Dash", "Happy Hills" and "Saving Yello" were published in 2011. In 2012 dreamfab released its first Android ports and several new iOS titles like its most successful game, "Chasing Yello", with more than 10 million downloads to date, followed more recently by "Word Wonders: The Tower of Babel".
Nextpeer provides mobile developers with solutions to create multiplayer experiences out of single-player iOS games. The Nextpeer SDK has introduced social, real time, multiplayer tournament play to iOS, and to date, Nextpeer users have played over 25,000 tournaments with a retention rate of 30%.
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McIver/Morton (on behalf of dreamfab)