San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 14, 2011
MogiMe announced today the launch of MogiMe (http://mogime.com) , a mobile social gaming network at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in San Francisco and the launch of MogiMe 1.0 iPhone app (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mogime-avatars-games-social/id434820598?mt=8), that is now available as a free download. MogiMe is a platform where users can create their avatars, purchase and download premium content, customize their avatars, play games using a pay-to-play model and see what other gamers are playing through game check-ins. MogiMe has one of the best looking avatar creators in the Apple App Store and is the first iPhone applications that provides the full experience of a gaming network with a single app.
With the release of the MogiMe iPhone app, MogiMe is announcing the MogiMe platform, a first of its kind that provides a channel for both designers and game developers the ability to create premium content for MogiMe. The MogiMe platform makes it easy to create, distribute and monetize their content using a revenue share model.
MogiMe 1.0 was developed using the iOS MogiStore SDK, an offering that is part of the MogiMe SDK. The MogiMe SDK will be made available to iOS developers soon and by using the MogiStore SDK, developers will be able to build games that delivers downloadable content in the cloud and monetize using MogiStore's virtual currency system. Another component of the MogiMe SDK is a HTML5 based game development kit that developers can use to develop casual and social games for MogiArcade.
MogiMe is also announcing The MogiMe ADK (Avatar Design Kit) which the company plans to release to the design er community soon. The MogiMe ADK is a kit for designers and by using the ADK, designers all around the world can create content for MogiMe's Avatar and sell them in the MogiMe Store using a revenue sharing model.
“Currently, mobile gaming networks mainly reach out to developers. No one is actually thinking of reaching out to designers and artists who can contribute to the app ecosystem. MogiMe's vision is for designers, developers, and gamers to come together in a single community.” says Geraldine Yong, CEO of MogiMe.
Avatars have been hugely popular in gaming and online communities where users take pride in creating digital identities of themselves by purchasing virtual items to create their alter-ego or an identical representation of themselves.
“With MogiMe's dynamic system architecture, designers can create, upload and sell virtual good packs easily on the MogiStore, and users can always expect to see fresh content.” says Yong.
MogiMe is a mobile social gaming platform is a first of its kind that provides a channel for both designers and game developers the ability to create premium content for MogiMe. The MogiMe platform makes it easy to create, distribute and monetize their content using a revenue share model. MogiMe 1.0 is an iPhone app with one of the best looking avatar creators in the Apple App Store and is the first iPhone applications that provides the full experience of a gaming network with a single app.
About TechCrunch Disrupt
TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2011(http://disrupt.techcrunch.com) is TechCrunch’s second annual conference in San Francisco attracting over 2,500 leading technology innovators and investors and over 150 new startups. The main conference is preceded by the popular Hackathon -- a 24-hour competition where over 500 top developers present new innovations. TechCrunch Disrupt follows with a format that combines top thought-leader discussions with new product and company launches. Morning executive discussions debate the most timely disruptions in the technology industry. Afternoons host the Startup Battlefield where 30 plus new companies will launch for the first time on stage, selected to present from more than 1000 applications received from around the world. Another 100 early-stage startups will exhibit in Startup Alley. TechCrunch will award a $50,000 grand prize along with other award recognitions at the conclusion of the conference. The Hackathon is Sept 10-11; the main conference is Sept 12-14 2011 at San Francisco Design Center Concourse, 635 8th Street (at Brannan), San Francisco, CA 94107.
TechCrunch (http://www.techcrunch.com) is a leading technology media network dedicated to obsessively profiling and reviewing new Internet products and companies. Founded by Michael Arrington in 2005, TechCrunch and its network of websites reach over 13 million unique visitors and more than 30 million page views per month. TechCrunch was acquired by AOL in 2011 and operates a global network of websites including dedicated properties in Europe and Japan, as well as specialized industry websites including MobileCrunch, CrunchGear, GreenTech, TechCrunchIT, and CrunchBase. TechCrunch's CrunchBase is the leading open database about startup companies, people, and investors. In addition to TechCrunch Disrupt, TechCrunch hosts other conferences and events, including the Crunchies Awards (http://crunchies2010.techcrunch.com) and various meet-ups worldwide, serving as community platforms for industry conversation and collaboration.