Nonoba has some very cool Flash developer tools - like our multiplayer and payment API - and we want to share them with the community
Copenhagen, Denmark (PRWEB) March 12, 2009
Nonoba, where Flash developers and casual game players come together on the web, today announced that it is joining Mochi Media and Adobe Systems Incorporated as a sponsor of the Flash Gaming Summit 2009, a new conference dedicated to fostering the growth and success of the Flash games community.
Flash Gaming Summit 2009 - March 22, 2009 at The Solarium in downtown San Francisco - is expected to attract game developers, artists, entrepreneurs, investors and game portal owners interested in Flash gaming, as well as companies in the gaming and social media markets. The summit was established by Mochi Media for industry leaders to share insights and strategies regarding game development and the business of making games.
Nonoba Co-founder, Chris Benjaminsen will speak during the summit's opening session entitled, Designing and Building Successful Multiplayer Games. Prior to Nonoba, a technology market leader in multiplayer and payment tools for Flash developers, Chris was the co-founder and president of BeIT ApS, a production house specializing in communities and multiplayer games for the Scandinavian market.
"Nonoba has some very cool Flash developer tools - like our multiplayer and payment API - and we want to share them with the community," said Nonoba Co-founder Oliver Pedersen. "We wouldn't miss the Game Developers Conference, but Flash Gaming Summit 2009 is going to be super important and useful for anyone into Flash gaming."
More information about Flash Gaming Summit 2009 can be found at http://www.flashgamingsummit.com.
Nonoba is a game-playing community on the Internet where people chat, relax, socialize, and have fun playing more than 4,000 innovative single and multiplayer games. The Nonoba gaming community is connected to Nonoba's community of flash game developers - enthusiasts to professionals - who want kick-ass development tools, access to the first free and open hosted multiplayer and payment APIs that work anywhere on the Web, analytics, a forum to talk with other developers, and a highly trafficked place for people to play their games and get player feedback. Today, Nonoba games are played on more than 10,000 Websites worldwide. Get your game on at http://www.nonoba.com.