Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Feb 29, 2012 | Comments 0
PapayaMobile (a social network for mobile phones) today released a brand new product called “Social Splash,” enabling any Facebook or Google+ developer to port their Flash or HTML5 games into fully featured Android games without having to deal with new coding language. Through Social Splash, everything will be done in the cloud. Developers can easily add Papaya’s social features (newsfeeds, notifications, leaderboards, etc.) as well as use Papaya’s virtual currency and billing system to monetize their “new” Android games right away.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Dec 01, 2011 | Comments 0
SEGA and PapayaMobile today announced Fallen Realms, a new social RPG exclusively for Android. The title is very reminiscent of RPGs from the 16-bit era, with a more simplistic game world and classic turn-based combat, allowing it to appeal to both nostalgic RPG fans and today’s casual players. With plenty of dungeons and quests to take on, players will have a lot to explore in this new fantasy world, give it a whirl if you get a chance. It’s free!
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Oct 27, 2011 | Comments 0
PapayaMobile, the leading social network for Android, today announced that it has officially launched their popular Game Engine and Social SDK for iOS, allowing iOS developers for the first time to use Papaya’s development tools to create social mobile games and then instantly export their titles to both iOS and Android from a single code base.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Aug 24, 2011 | Comments 2
PapayaMobile today announced that their social network for Android has reached 25M users, having experienced 940% growth since January 2010. The announcement also includes a flood of stats, visualized in a nice and easy to read infographic, here are some highlights:
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Jun 15, 2011 | Comments 0
PapayaMobile, a leading games social network for Android, announced that Kiloo will be using PapayaMobile to launch all of its games coming to Android. The first title from Kiloo to appear on the Android Marketplace will be Frisbee Forever, which reached the top of the iOS charts and now will have enhanced social features on Android thanks to Papaya’s Social SDK.