GlobalFun reveals Q1 2009 mobile games lineup

Karlskrona Sweden, November 14th, 2008 - GlobalFun, a Publisher and Developer of premium mobile games today announced its Q1 2009 mobile games lineup.

The lineup boost more than 10 high quality games covering all major genres from racing to logic to simulations being both branded and un-branded with the focus on end-user experience and value.

“This is the strongest start of a year so far for us. The roadmap is carefully balanced to cater for the needs and wants of our wide distribution network and in their turn their end-users. Last but not least these are great games and we’re proud to be presenting them and will be even prouder when they hit the market!” commented Massimo Caporale, Head of Content GlobalFun.

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About GlobalFun

GlobalFun is a publicly traded 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, T-Mobile, Boost, Sprint/Nextel, Verizon Wireless, TeliaSonera, Ubbi, Vodafone, Jamba, Proximus, Mobistar, Aspiro ( 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

For more information about GlobalFun please contact:Marcus Johansson, CEO, +46 455 61 50 39,

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