Mediatonic Joins Facebook’s Preferred Developer Consultant Program

London, UK, 20th May 2011– Mediatonic, the London-based game development studio specialising in interactive entertainment solutions for a range of modern platforms, today announced that it has been accepted into Facebook’s Preferred Developer Consultant (PDC) program. The PDC program sets out to define a group of leading developers for flagship Facebook applications, games and content, and demands exemplary standards of quality and usability, with each member having undergone an extensive series of evaluations and checks to qualify for acceptance. Mediatonic’s entry into Facebook’s PDC program ratifies the company’s position as an industry-leading developer of content for the world’s most popular social networks.

Paul Croft, director of games, Mediatonic comments:“I believe Facebook is a fantastic platform for gaming online, as people can connect and interact directly with their friends. We’re thrilled to have been selected for the PDC program and are very excited to be launching several original games for Facebook over the next few months.”

For more information, please contact

Tony Coles, Peppermint P: tony.coles@peppermintp.com

+44 (0207) 240 2645

Paul Croft, Mediatonic: Paul.croft@mediatonic.co.uk

+44 (0207) 010 7852   

Follow Mediatonic updates on Twitter: http://twitter.com/mediatonic

For information from Facebook, please contact

Emily Clarke, Nelson Bostock: facebook@nelsonbostock.com

+44 (0207) 792 7433

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About Mediatonic:

Formed in 2005, Mediatonic is an independent developer focused on producing high quality original games on a variety of platforms including social networks, iPhone and PSP. Based in the west end of London, England, Mediatonic’s team of 20 is dedicated to creating the best games they can, packing each release with passion, love and the utmost attention to detail. For more information, visit www.mediatonic.co.uk  


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