The multigames multiplayer website Globulos.com, who won the Flash Festival, Flash Film Festival New York and Independent Game Festival finalist, reopens with a "free to play" model.
The 20 games and the 50 playing fields are playable 100% for free. Games are 1 against 1 player, 2 against 2 or melee of 4 players. The gameplay is a mix between arcade fun and simultaneous turn based strategy. The kawaii style was noticed by the Japanese Nintendo official magazine, Nintendo Dream with a full page article.
Some options like character customization or power-ups (teletransportation, invisibility and a lot more) can be purchased using Globbies, the website currency.
The 20 games are: Arena, Football, Croquet, Tic-Tac, Save the King, Darts, Funky Foot, Bomber, Rally, Volley, Sumo, Flipper, Pétanque, BomberKing, 4-Square, Snooker, PacGlob, Basket, DartsKing, Monster.
A mobile game has also been released. Pocket Gamer gave it a 8/10.
A Nintendo DS game is being developed. The game is still looking for a nice retail publisher or might be released on the upcoming DSiWare channel.
The player's Globulos wish you a happy new year!
GlobZ started in january 2000. A Flash web specialist, the company develops games for clients around the globe as well as its own games. Globulos.com is one of them.
Contact: Alexandre Houdent firstname.lastname@example.org