i-Jet Media Publishes 11th Social Games on Netlog, Battle Cards

Battle Cards has become the eleventh social game published by i-Jet Media on  Netlog. i-Jet Media is now the biggest third party game publisher on Netlog in terms of a total amount of social games.

Developed by Russia's 3way Interactive, Battle Cards is a strategy game. Players muster troops to fight against each other for supremacy in the future world of “card” battles between the Brotherhood and the Cult. Action results depend on what cards each user is given.

Earlier released by i-Jet Media on Netlog were  AirportSim HospitalFarm FrenzyCity GangsCaribbean PiratesFarm of HappinessFashion LifeGone FishingHappy Baby, and  Wild West Trains. The company is going to publish  Happy Town and  Happy Brewery on this social network in the near future.

Netlog is an international social network, specifically targeted at the European youth. Its audience is more than 78 million users. The website (all games on  netlog.com are managed by Gatcha!) is available in 34 languages. According to ComScore, Netlog is the pageview market leader in Belgium, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Romania and Turkey. In the Netherlands, Germany, France and Portugal, Netlog occupies the second place. Netlog is the pan-European market leader as well.

i-Jet Media is an international social games distribution network. Its portfolio includes 70 games by various developers published in 30 social networks all over the world, and over 70 million users. Nowadays, the company takes an active part in developing European and Asian markets as well as mobile social games service.

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http://i-jet.ru

 

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