SEATTLE, WA (PRWEB) July 02, 2012
New Game Town (NGT) has captured over 2.5 million players with its three mobile social games and new people are joining every day. NGT’s titles Happy Farm, Cage Fighter, and True Night, are free-to-play and include a virtual currency system for players who want to accelerate or enhance the game experience. All NGT games are available on any mobile device or tablet with HTML5 or WAP.
New Game Town entered the mobile social gaming market 15 months ago with Happy Farm, a game where players create their own farm and then plant, tend and harvest crops to sell or share with neighbors. Featuring seasonal crops, specialty fertilizers, farm customization and daily tasks and various farming goals; competition is high and the game is engaging year-round.
Cage Fighter is a game of strategy and skill where players enter the world of competitive fighting and train to become the ultimate Cage Fighter by learning skills and acquiring powerful gear. Fighters must quickly learn the business of the Cage to succeed.
In True Night, players begin as newly-converted vampires who must survive and thrive in a foreign world. The game features a rich integral story line that evolves as players’ progress, working together in clans and competing against each other to do quests, fight elders and complete collections which bring prestige, power and wealth.
"We are thrilled to see this kind of traction from our first 15 months in the market," said David Laub, CFO of New Game Town. "We are at the forefront of HTML5 for mobile social gaming and we look forward to introducing our new releases to our players. This also proves our strategy of embracing HTML5 is paying off.”
NGT’s games are available through the MocoSpace Games Platform
About New Game Town
Founded in 2011, New Game Town produces HTLM5 and WAP mobile social games. New Game Town is a privately-held company based in Seattle, WA that focuses exclusively on free-to-play social mobile games. For more information, visit http://www.NewGameTown.com.
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