Turner Broadcasting System selects GlobalFun in European Distribution deal

London, 9th August 2007– GlobalFun, a wireless entertainment development and publishing company and Turner Broadcasting System, have today announced that GlobalFun will work as the prime Pan European distributor for mobile games based on Adult Swim series The Brak Show and Cartoon Network’s Johnny Bravo

The deal follows a previous announcement that GlobalFun is currently developing and partly distributing the mobile version of The Brak Show.

Johnny Bravo is a long-running and hugely popular half-hour series which follows the adventures of a biceps-bulging, karate-chopping free spirit who believes he is a gift from God to the women of the earth. The platform game“Johnny Bee Good” is built around Johnny’s character to create a fun game of skills and judgment. It has high appeal to both male and female mobile players.

The Brak Show is based on Brak, a frenzied space pirate who is the star of this new animated sitcom. He lives in outer space, in an American suburbia mid-1960s neighbourhood. The Brak Show follows Brak and his best friend, Zorak, who attend Learnmore High School which becomes one of the venues for much of their mischief making.

The Brak Show’s game is a sim/social type of game, scripted to follow a“mega” episode of the show, with the touch of its zany sense of humor. It can be played either as Brak or Zorak, each with his own small storyline converging into a bigger one. The objective of the game is the same for both characters, which is to convince Brak’s father to stop an invasion of Alien Ants from Outer Space. However, each character has different mini stories of their own.

Casey Harwood, Senior Vice President, Interactive, Wireless and Communication said:“GlobalFun have proven themselves to be both a solid mobile games developer and distributor, and the extension of this deal is a reflection of that. We look forward to working with them on the distribution of these games for The Brak Show and Johnny Bravo.”

Marcus Johansson, CEO of GlobalFun, adds:“Turner Broadcasting, with its extensive reach across many platforms, is a very exciting company to work with. We are proud and happy that they have expressed confidence in our work to date, and look forward to bringing the games to market.”

About Turner Broadcasting System

Turner Broadcasting System (TBS) Europe delivers some of the world’s most successful and well-known news and entertainment brands - CNN, TCM (Turner Classic Movies), Cartoon Network, Cartoon Network Too, Boomerang, Boomerang + 1, Cartoonito and Adult Swim. The company now broadcasts 21 entertainment channels in 17 languages across approximately 100 countries in Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Alongside its TV channels TBS is at the forefront of developing its brands through the internet, broadband, VOD, DVD, gaming, mobile, merchandising, publishing and every other available platform. Turner Broadcasting System Europe Limited is a Time Warner Company.

About GlobalFun

GlobalFun is a leading wireless entertainment developer and publisher. GlobalFun brings state of the art, high quality wireless games to end-users worldwide by being a preferred supplier to wireless carriers, hand-set manufacturers and e-tailers. Sony Ericsson, AT&T, Ericsson, T-Mobile, Nextel/Boost, Sprint, Verizon Wireless, TeliaSonera, Ubbi, Vodafone, Jamba, Proximus, Mobistar, Aspiro (inpoc.se and more), Rogers/Fido, Telefonica Moviles, Claro, Personal, China Mobile and many more are all part of GlobalFun’s global distribution network. GlobalFun is headquartered in Sweden with local offices in North America, South America and Europe. For updated information on GlobalFun, our products and customers, please visit www.globalfun.com

For more information about GlobalFun please contact: Marcus Johansson, CEO, +46 455 61 50 39, marcus.johansson@globalfun.com

For more information about Turner Broadcasting please contact: Yinka Akindele, Press Officer, +44 20 7693 1105, yinka.akindele@turner.com


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