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Simi Valley, California, July 5, 2011– Mobile and Social game developer Brrapp Games is happy to announce the signing of an Android publishing deal with TapJoy, the leader in distribution, engagement, and monetization services for mobile gaming applications, for Brrapp’s newest game, tentatively titled SqueezeShapes. Terms of the deal were not released.
TapJoy recently announced their $5 million Android Developer Fun, which helps mobile developers port their games to Android by providing working capital, development and testing services to ensure their apps work on all of the leading Android handsets. In addition, TapJoy will work with developers to drive large-scale distribution campaigns for new user acquisition through TapJoy’s performance-based advertising network.
“This is an exciting opportunity for us to expand our development platforms,” says Tim Lang, Brrapp Games’ president and founder.“TapJoy has a great reputation in the mobile gaming space, and we’re absolutely thrilled to be working with them.”
SqueezeShapes is still in development and is scheduled to be released for the Android and other mobile platforms in the late summer of 2011.
About Brrapp Games:
Brrapp Games was founded by veteran game developer Tim Lang, whose credits include the Medal of Honor and Might and Magic series of games. Their goal is to make addicting, fun games for everyone. Brrapp Games is a division of Brrapp Entertainment, which includes Brrapp Games and Brrapp Records. For more information visit www.brrappentertainment.com.
Tapjoy is the leading platform company for social and mobile applications, helping app developers acquire new users, maximize revenue and deepen user engagement. The company's distribution network spans more than 9,000 applications and 300 million total end-users on iOS, Android and social platforms, delivering over 1 million high-value customers each day to brand advertisers, direct marketers and app developers. The Tapjoy monetization engine maximizes revenue for publishers by providing a frictionless payment system for virtual goods and premium digital assets. Tapjoy is venture-backed and headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in Silicon Valley, New York, London and Japan. For more, visit www.tapjoy.com.
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