Gone Fishing in Estonia

"Gone Fishing is one of the most popular and best-monetized games in our portfolio. It is likely to be the best simulator of lake fishing among all those currently available on social networks. We expect to be raising the number of such interesting and high-quality social applications in i-Jet Media's portfolio to publish them around the world," says Alexey Kostarev, CEO and Co-founder of i-Jet Media.

Earlier i-Jet Media launched Gone Fishing on several other European social networks including Netlg, VZnet Networks (Germany), NK (Poland) and draugiem.lv (Latvia).

Gone Fishing was created by a Russian social games developer, Drimmi. After having decided to become an amateur fisherman, the user goes out of town, prepares tackle, refreshes himself with drinks, and starts fishing at the lake. His aim is to catch the the biggest fish to possibly stuff it after that and show it to excited friends. Gone Fishing is distinguished for its fascinating graphics of high quality, as well as for perfect and interesting imitation of all real fishing phases.

i-Jet Media is one of the world's largest distribution networks and publishers of social games. The company's portfolio contains several dozens of social games with the overall audience of 70 million users. With the help of its own technological platform, i-Jet Media publishes independent developers' applications on more than 30 social networks across the world.

Original news:  http://en.i-jet.ru/about/news/2011/6/9/107

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