Madrid – May 29, 2012 – Chilibite Games is a new game publisher based in Madrid, Spain. The company will bring high quality games from independent developers to iTunes, Google Play, and other Android stores around the globe.

Chilibite Games editorial line focuses on high quality, graphically rich, pick-up-and-play games with a fun and friendly tone.

Founded by Yann Bautista Wiberg and Nea Bautista Wiberg at the beginning of 2011, the company was initially an agency providing sales, marketing, and PR services to various companies in the mobile entertainment industry, including the social flirting company “Flirtomatic” (today “Handmademobile”) and mobile phone game developer and publisher Polarbit. In February 2012 the founders decided to re-orient the company and launch it as an independent publisher.

Chilibite Games will bring its first two titles, “Stunt Bunnies Circus” and “The Mordis,” to iTunes, Google Play, and other Android stores in June.

Chilibite Games works hand in hand with developers providing key product assessment on aspects such as UI, UX, gameplay, and monetization models from an early stage of the development process to deliver highly polished and potentially successful products to the market.

“We’re very excited about the launch of our new business and bringing our first two titles to gamers all over the world. We strongly believe that our special way of working with developers and distribution partners will lead to a long-term, fruitful collaboration,” said Nea Bautista Wiberg, co-founder of Chilibite Games”.

About Chilibite Games

Founded in 2011, Chilibite Games is a Madrid-based game publisher offering top quality games from independent developers on iTunes, Google Play, and other Android Stores around the globe.   

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