OpenFeint Launching 20 High Quality Games Over Next Month, Starting Today with Fruit Ninja

OpenFeint, a leading provider of cross platform social gaming, has announced that they are unloading a slew of top-notch games on the Android world.  Starting today with Halfbrick Studios’ Fruit Ninja and continuing over the next month, we’ll soon be treated to titles from Hudson, ChickenBrick Studios, DisctintDev and more.  Each of the new selections will take advantage of OpenFeint’s network so players can see friends, check out leaderboards, and look back on achievements.

OpenFeint is also announcing their new Feint Spotlight application where Android gamers can go to discover new games, win prizes, and connect with other players. If you haven’t already downloaded Fruit Ninja, I suggest you click here and grab it now.  It’s worth every penny of the 99¢ fee.  Addictive, casual games for the win.  Full OpenFeint press release after the jump with a list of developers and their upcoming games!

*****PRESS RELEASE*****

Major Wireless Carriers and OpenFeint Partner To Unleash First Wave of Hit Games on Android
Cross Platform Social Gaming Network to Offer Access to Featured Promotion to Tens of Millions of Android Subscribers

Burlingame, CA – September 15, 2010 – OpenFeint, the leading cross platform social gaming network with 37 million mobile players, is launching 20 games for Android in the next month starting today with top 10 iOS hits including dot (ustwo), Fruit Ninja (Halfbrick Studios), MiniSquadron (Supermono), Super Slyder (Sandlot Games), The Moron Test (DistinctDev, Inc.), and Tic Tac Toe (Posimotion). These games will be offered to major wireless carriers as part of a partnership where OpenFeint will regularly bring high quality games to Android as candidates for featuring. The company also announced the release of its Feint Spotlight app, where Android gamers will be able to discover new games, connect to the community, and win prizes. With over 200,000 daily activations, the Android user base is growing rapidly and will eclipse tens of millions of additional users in 2010.

OpenFeint’s cross platform social gaming network has grown rapidly since being introduced just over 18 months ago, recently surpassing 37 million mobile players and 3,000 games. Game developers gain access to OpenFeint’s leading set of online gaming services and cross promotional tools by implementing the company’s free, open source SDK.

“Android users deserve great games but haven’t had access to enough of them. That changes today,” said Jason Citron, CEO of Aurora Feint, makers of OpenFeint. “Hundreds of thousands of people activate Android phones every day, and there is a clear need for high quality games in the marketplace. The major wireless carriers are partnering with us to select the best games from iOS – like Fruit Ninja – to bring to Android.”

All games utilize the newly cross platform OpenFeint mobile social gaming network and include features like leaderboards, achievements, and friending. iOS and Android gamers can now compete against each other in the games that they love to play. With a cross platform gaming network, gamers are no longer limited to playing games with friends who only use the same smartphone OS.

OpenFeint also announced that it will aggressively market these games in its newly introduced Feint Spotlight app for Android. With new titles being added to the OpenFeint network every day, gamers can use the app to discover the hottest new games and win prizes in future giveaways.

“Android is on track to become an incredible force as one of the largest mobile platforms in the world. Developers will need to unlock this gigantic market to maximize revenue potential for their mobile games. With the help of our wireless carrier partners, we’ve created multiple viral and editorial channels to help our developers drive revenue,” said Peter Relan, Chairman of Aurora Feint.

Developers interested in implementing OpenFeint in their games can learn more and download the free, open source SDK at OpenFeint.com/Developers. Players interested in learning about more OpenFeint enabled games can visit OpenFeint.com.

Super Slyder

Fruit Ninja

Mini Squadron

OpenFeint: Android Launch Month Games

  • Developer: Appy Entertainment | Face Fighter Gold
  • Developer: Bravo Game Studios | Touch Racing Nitro
  • Developer: ChewSoft | Symbolism
  • Developer: ChickenBrick Studios | Cestos 2: Party Time
  • Developer: DistinctDev | The Moron Test
  • Developer: Glu Games Inc. | Super KO Boxing 2
  • Developer: Get Set Games | Mega Jump
  • Developer: Halfbrick Studios | Fruit Ninja
  • Developer: Hudson | Bomberman Dojo
  • Developer: Mediatonic | Must.Eat.Birds
  • Developer: Mikengreg | Solipskier
  • Developer: PikPok | Flick Kick Field Goal, Flick Kick Football, Flick Kick Rugby
  • Developer: Posimotion | Tic Tac Toe
  • Developer: Sandlot Games | Super Slyder
  • Developer: Supermono | MiniSquadron
  • Developer: TastyPlay.com | Kamikaze Race
  • Developer: ustwo | Dot Dot Dot

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4 Comments

  1. Donovan
    September 15, 14:44 Reply

    This is cross-platform, yes? So we can compete with iPhone users?

  2. jim
    September 15, 19:07 Reply

    where is Aurora Feint!!!

  3. anakin78z
    September 16, 13:13 Reply

    Bought Mini Squadron yesterday. Good fun. The developer for Fruit Ninja is working on enabling apps2sd, so I’ll have to wait before I can try that one.

  4. Someone
    September 16, 14:45 Reply

    As far as I can tell, openFeint just stores scores, achievements, friends list — the social aspect.

    It’s still up to the game developer to implement cross platform interaction.

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