Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 06, 2012
P4RC, Inc. announced today that it has partnered with Perfect Dimension Studios to offer players of their game, “Save The Pencil,” real-world rewards from P4RC’s in-app marketplace.
“With over 500,000,000 levels played, “Save The Pencil” is a fantastic addition to the P4RC rewards network,” said Jason Seldon, Founder and CEO of P4RC. “We are very excited to start rewarding 'Save The Pencil' fans with real prizes from top retailers.”
By teaming up with P4RC, Perfect Dimension joins almost two dozen publishers with a combined user base of 20 million players whose games will be added to the P4RC rewards network in the coming months. “This is an exciting development for ‘Save The Pencil,’” said Paul Davis, CEO of Perfect Dimension Studios. “The concept of winning prizes for playing works really well with the game. It’s the future of mobile gaming.”
Available on iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, “Save The Pencil” reached #1 overall on the iTunes charts in countries such as USA, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Italy and in the puzzle category, the title also reached the top 100 in 100 additional countries.
P4RC currently has more than $50,000 in prizes from top retailers available on its site for players of games on the P4RC rewards network. Since launching earlier this year, P4RC has given out more than 1,000 prizes valued at more than $25,000. Players can find “Save The Pencil” and other available titles in the P4RC rewards network by visiting P4RC’s game discovery page at http://www.p4rc.com.
About P4RC, Inc.
Founded in 2011, P4RC (pronounced pärk) is a mobile engagement platform that rewards mobile users with P4RC points, which can be redeemed for real-world rewards in P4RC’s in-app marketplace. To learn more about P4RC, please visit http://www.p4rc.com. Follow P4RC on Twitter (@p4rcinc) or Facebook (facebook.com/p4rcinc).
About Perfect Dimension Studios Ltd.
Based out of London, United Kingdom, Perfect Dimension is an independent application development company established in 2010 by Paul Davis, for the purpose of creating both fun, exciting games and clean, simple applications. To learn more about Perfect Dimension, please visit http://www.perfectdimension.com. Follow Perfect Dimension on Twitter (@PDimension) or Facebook (facebook.com/perfectdimension).