OrangePixel Releases Rumblex 2.0

March 1st, 2007 by Arjan Olsder Posted in Development Platforms, Platforms: J2me | No Comments »

The guys at OrangePixel have spend some serious time to refresh their Rumblex platform. The Rumblex platform is an open connected platform which is free to join by mobile developers all over the world. The latest version moves closer to what we all know from platforms like Xbox Live, with achievement awards, messaging and in game purchases. The full details are in the press release below.

Connected Gaming with RumbleX 2.0
– we connect your games and your audience

RumbleX is the free community service for mobile gamers developed since 2005 by OrangePixel. Sporting 55.000 players, the system now contains over 283.000 high scores and is growing daily with hundreds of new scores on a daily basis. What’s more important is the fact that this service is completely free to use.

Players can register for a free account and get advanced tracking of their gaming skills and achievements, while unregistered players can still enjoy the service but without accurate tracking. 

RumbleX partnered up with clickgamer.com to supply players with an easy way to buy more RumbleX compatible games. And free AdWrapped versions of most of the games are available through gamejump.com

Developers can use the free "RumbleX Highscore" service in their games. With extra services available for affordable one-time fee’s, RumbleX can enhance your games and bring you an instant community of gamers.

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