Moshen has announced a technical partnership deal with Antix Labs to provide game content to the Antix Game Player [AGP] platform.
Moshen has recently developed and published two casual games to the iTunes App Store through subsidiary, Appshen, and hopes to further the reach of these titles whilst at the same time showcasing the AGP technology.
The recently released Pop Bubble Pop is Moshen’s first game developed for AGP, with several more titles to be added throughout 2012.
Pop Bubble Pop has received five-star reviews since being released in December and was developed by Appshen and Wide-Eyed Entertainment, the team behind TV series Walking With Dinosaurs.
Antix Game Player is a media player that provides a distribution format for games across both single and multi-screen networks and services: enabling consumers to share seamlessly and play games socially on and off-line. The AGP runs across phones, TVs, STBs, tablets, PCs, PC dongles and a range of other fields of use.
In much the same way as they do already with music, photos and videos, consumers can distribute trial games virally across networks and off-line to their friends and family while still protecting the rights and revenues of operators and publishers.
Speaking about the partnership with Antix Labs, Moshen CEO Graham Baines said: “We are delighted to be working with Antix on this exciting new platform. We see the Antix Game Player as a huge part of the future of gaming across mobile, PC and TV. The technology is a function of the future.”
Francis Charig, the Antix Chief Executive commented, “I’m so pleased that we are seeing the first of a pipeline of quality titles from Moshen, titles which we will exploit through our growing number of channels around the world.”
The Antix Game Player (“AGP”) is an on-device software client for native games services licensed to multiple tier one device makers. Third party casual, advanced casual and premium games are distributed in a device-independent format similar in concept to MP3 or PDF. This format lets consumers access and share games from any of their connected AGP-powered 'screens', which include mobile phones, TVs, STBs, PMPs, and PCs. In much the same way as they do already with music, photos and videos, consumers can distribute trial games virally across networks and off-line to their friends and family while still protecting the rights and revenues of operators and publishers. In addition to AGP itself, Antix provides the corresponding tools, certification mechanism, optional white-label store, and optional game warehousing necessary to deploy a complete service offering. Antix Labs Ltd., headquartered in Reading, England was founded by Francis Charig, a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer.
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