Gameloft Announces Android Support

September 24th, 2008 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Platforms: AndroidOS | 4 Comments »

With the first Google Android phone about to hit the market, and Glu already having the first mobile game ready, Gameloft can’t stay behind. As so, the publisher announced support this morning.

Gameloft announced plans to develop 10 plus games for Android. Bubble Bash will be the first title scheduled for launch in Q1 2009. Gameloft’s development team has created a strong line-up for the platform, with several of its flagship titles available at the launch of Android’s paid application offerings.

“The momentum and excitement for the Android has been building for some time,” said Michel Guillemot, president and CEO, Gameloft. “We plan to fully support this platform since it provides another great outlet for an enhanced gaming experience for consumers.”

In addition to Bubble Bash, Gameloft has several games lined up in 2009 for the Android platform. The company has been developing mass market games for casual audiences and continues its commitment with its offerings for Android.

    4 Responses to “Gameloft Announces Android Support”

    1. It certainly is an interesting new platform and therefore I am keeping any eye on it all. I want to see their ‘App Market’ up and running before I jump in myself.
      The SDK is OK’ish too really having spent a whole day with it recently.

    2. Android gets even more interesting regards the new Gizmondo here:

    3. Ah ha they took the story down it seems given there were some pretty bad reactions to the new Gizmondo news it seems.

    4. Er no, and then they put it back up again 😕

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