May 2, 2012 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Leamington Spa, United Kingdom - iOS game developers Kwalee have recently published Gobang Social globally, and already their second social multiplayer game is under development. Obviously they cannot yet give away what they are doing, so instead, they have put together this brief teaser, featuring Kwalee CEO David Darling's wife Tanya, available on the Kwalee YouTube channel.
David is excited about Kwalee's new game: "We are making a succession of games which, like the classics of chess and backgammon, are turn based. Then by incorporating modern social media, they become a fun activity for friends to share."
Tanya has become a regular face for the company and has really enjoyed being involved in photo and videoshoots: "I like being able to help my husband's company and, at the same time, enjoy the 2 minutes of fame. What I do is very tongue in cheek and we all have a good laugh over the results."
Kwalee recently launched a public forum for readers to discuss games and Kwalee's developments. For more information on Kwalee and their development, visit their website, follow them and their staff (seen on their "People" page, on Twitter, or Like on Facebook. You can still download Gobang Social from the Apple App Store).
Kwalee is a startup company based in Leamington Spa to develop and publish apps for mobile devices. Founded by David Darling CBE who has many decades of experience at the top level of the video game industry with contributions to very many #1 games on many platforms in his CV. Kwalee is different. We seek to excite and entertain our customers with innovative new products that provide special experiences. Our ethos is based around a set of core values that put the customer first and which harness the creative skills of our staff to the maximum in order to do so. Kwalee is still at its beginning and so is very actively recruiting those special people who want to join us in our exciting journey. Copyright (C) 2012 Kwalee. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.