JCE Rolls out Android Version of Mobile Social Game ‘Rule the Sky’
It Plans to Update German, French and Spanish Versions in May
12 May 2011, 17:00 KST
SEONGNAM, SOUTH KOREA--(Korea Newswire) 12 May, 2011 -- JCE (President: Song In-su, www.jceworld.com), a global game company, launched on May 4 the mobile social game ‘Rule the Sky’ used for Android phones.
Since the debut of its version for iPhones and iPads in April through Apple Store, ‘Rule the Sky’ is enjoying high popularity in North America. In addition, the company rolled out today three different language versions, including Korean, Japanese and Chinese, simultaneously for Android devices, targeting the global market.
‘Rule the Sky’ for Google’s Android-powered devices can be used in smart phones and tablet PCs based on Android operating system, such as Galaxy (Samsung Electronics), Optimus (LG Electronics), Motoroi (Motorola), and Desire (HTC). And users can pleasantly play games in a range of devices as it is optimized for high definition touch screens.
As its charming graphics deeply impressed users around the world in early days of its launch through Apple Store, ‘Rule the Sky’ attracts attention as a better media of social activities than other mobile social games. Having adopted the ‘social scoring system’ that numerically measures social activities among friends, it allows users to intuitively identify ranks of helpful friends and play games effectively.
As part of its strategy to successfully position ‘Rule the Sky’ in the global market, JCE has unveiled its versions for iPhones, iPads and Android devices consecutively. And it will additionally update German, French and Spanish versions in May.
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