mig33, the mobile social network we covered for few times in the past, introduced a new mig33 Game Developer Program to give social game developers the “promise of fast, easy and profitable access to its 40 million registered users and fast-growing virtual economy.”
Right from the bat, the company made deals with few prominent companies, including:
- Blue Leaf Games – South Africa-based gamehouse developing multi-player games for mobile platforms, and developer of Moonbase, a multi-player online strategy game in which players seek to rule the moon.
- TheMobileGamer – a publisher of mobile social games for the Southeast Asian market and developer of Club Wars, a game in which players manage their own clubs, seek fans, and challenge their friends.
- Kooky Panda – a Beijing-based developer of more than 300 socially connected Flash Lite games, and publisher of Kooky Pets, in which players create and care for their own pets and “pet homes,” and visit with other pets and pet owners.
Developers interested to jump on board will be able to take advantage of mig33’s billing API integration support, Authentication API, and there are also built-in product and promotion opportunities. In case a developer wants to sell its app via mig33, it will be entitled on a “substantial revenue share” of total money spent by users in the game… And you can get additional information from mig33’s website.