The multigames multiplayer website Globulos.com, who won the Flash Festival, Flash Film Festival New York and Independent Game Festival finalist, reopens with a "free to play" model.
Paris, France -- February 6, 2009 --
The 20 games and the 50 playing fields are playable 100% for free. Games are 1 against 1 player, 2 against 2 or melee of 4 players. The gameplay is a mix between arcade fun and simultaneous turn based strategy. The kawaii style was noticed by the Japanese Nintendo official magazine, Nintendo Dream with a full page article.
Some options like character customization or power-ups (teletransportation, invisibility and a lot more) can be purchased using Globbies, the website currency.
The 20 games are: Arena, Football, Croquet, Tic-Tac, Save the King, Darts, Funky Foot, Bomber, Rally, Volley, Sumo, Flipper, Pétanque, BomberKing, 4-Square, Snooker, PacGlob, Basket, DartsKing, Monster.
A Nintendo DS game is being developed and is targeting the upcoming DSiWare channel.
For additional information on the news that is the subject of this release (or for screenshots), contact Alex Houdent or visit http://www.globulos.com/press
GlobZ started in january 2000. A Flash web specialist, the company develops games for clients around the globe as well as its own games. Globulos.com is one of them.
Alex Houdent, general manager
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