New City-Building Social Game on Netlog: Happy Town from i-Jet Media

i-Jet Media published  Happy Town on social network  Netlog. This is the twelfth application the company released on this website. i-Jet Media Media is now the biggest third-party provider of games on Netlog in terms of a total amount of social games.

The social game, Happy Town, is a city-building simulator. The user develops a small village, watches the harvesting, and gathers building materials. Further achievements allow the user to extend the boundaries of his village and to graduallytransform it into a town. The player's aim is to build the largest and most profitable town which would be a delight to his eye and soul. Happy Town is a project of Russia-based game developer GD-Team. Published by i-Jet Media, the application is already live in Russia, as well as on and VZnet Networks' platforms  studiVZmeinVZ and  schülerVZ in Germany.

Earlier published by i-Jet Media on Netlog were  AirportBattle CardsCaribbean Pirates, City GangsFarm Frenzy. NeighborsFarm of HappinessFashion LifeGone Fishing, Happy BabySim Hospital, and  Wild West Trains.

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 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 one of the world's largest distribution networks and publishers of social games. The company's portfolio contains several dozens of social games with the overall audience of 70 million users. With the help of its own technological platform, i-Jet Media publishes independent developers' applications on more than 30 social networks across the world.

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