NEW YORK, May 12, 2010 - Oberon Media, the leading provider of multi-platform casual games, has announced its 3D games catalog for 3D TV, a new addition to the robust line of content and services Oberon offers for living room devices. These 3D games will provide players with fun and visually engaging game experiences based on Oberon's commercially proven casual games catalog, including the extremely successful Dream Day Wedding franchise. In addition, this exciting new content will help promote and highlight the capabilities of the latest advancements in 3D TV screens.
Oberon's stereoscopic 3D games are designed and optimized for 3D TV experience and take into account screen size, processing power, memory and input devices. The games will be accessible either through Oberon's distribution solutions, serving over 150 game services and interactive TV channels worldwide, or pre-loaded and embedded in 3D TVs purchased at retail.
"Oberon is excited to extend our casual games catalog to this amazing new technology, and offer our users a brand new experience," Sharon Rosenman, Senior Director ITV Business Partnerships said, "And with the addition of 3D games, Oberon can help our partners promote and differentiate their next-generation living room devices, while leveraging Oberon's full-scale connected TV game solutions"
The newly added offering of 3D TV games augments Oberon's market-proven catalog of over 300 games for the living room ranging from notable family entertainment to classic arcade games. Oberon's Interactive Television (ITV) division is the world's most experienced team in launching and commercializing casual game services for the living room. Oberon's ITV games are currently available in 38 million homes and solutions have been adopted at leading cable operators, satellite operators and TV manufacturers.
About Oberon Media
Oberon Media is the world's leading multi-platform casual games company, delivering global, integrated casual games solutions across online, social, mobile/Smartphone, interactive TV and retail categories. Oberon game solutions have been adopted by the world's leading digital and media companies, such as Microsoft, AT&T, Yahoo!, Electronic Arts, Orange France and more. Oberon Media's game publishing division, I-play, works with the industry's most talented game developers to produce the top-selling casual games, which are played across online, social, mobile/Smartphone, console and iTV platforms in more than a dozen languages. Founded in 2003, Oberon Media is headquartered in New York with offices in North America, Europe and Asia, and is backed by Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Oak Investment Partners.
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