Com2uS wins the prime minister grand prize for games in South Korea with Slice It!

November 18th, 2010

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Busan, Korea - Com2uS announced that Slice It! won the prime minister grand prize at the 2010 Korea Game Awards on Nov 18, 2010 at Gstar Game Show  held at BEXCO(Busan Exhibition&Convention Center). Korea Game Awards is the largest game awards held annually by the Korean government with games from different platforms and genres competing against each other. 

Slice It!, won the prime minister grand prize for games in this annual event eclipsing rival mobile and on-line games. Slice It! along with Homerun Battle 3D has been the No.1 game in the Korean mobile games market and has been awarded the prize for its simple, intuitive and addictive game design. 

Slice It! is the only successful Korean mobile game that hit No.1 paid app in the west including UK, Germany,Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg. It was No.2 in US, No.1 in Japan and marked Top10 in more than 50 countries in the apple app store paid app rank. 

“It has been a challenge for Com2uS to develop a game that appeals to gamers from all over the world”, said Don Lim, Managing Director at Com2uS USA,“but Slice It! proved to be a popular casual game in US and Europe and also South Korea. As we described in the game introduction, once you slice, you cannot stop slicing.” 

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Com2uS (KOSDAQ: 078340) is a listed company that has been in the mobile games business since the inception of the industry. With hit games like Slice It!, Homerun Battle 3D and mini game pack, Com2uS is a leading mobile games company home and abroad.

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