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Leading Social Games Developers to Publish on Tylted's HTML5 Platform

Tylted, one of the mobile web’s leading communities for social and casual gaming, today announced partnerships with ten leading game developers to publish their games on Tylted’s HTML5 platform. Hits like Slingo Ricochet and TinyCo’s Tiny Monsters will be among the fifty new titles available to millions of social games fans on the re-launched m.tylted.com mobile site.

Slingo and TinyCo join a growing number of leading gaming companies, including SOFTGAMES, Tweensoft, Bushido Games, New Game Town, One Sock Prince and Lost Decade Games, now developing on Tylted’s HTML5 platform with its high-performance API tool kit and publishing suite that eases developers through the development and publishing process. Tylted offers developers advanced features like realistic sound effects, haptic feedback and cloud-based play to optimize the mobile games experience with no downloads or app store purchases required.

Eric Lamendola, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Slingo, detailed more of the Tylted’s platform benefits: “The advanced multimedia capabilities, streamlined coding and cross-platform compatibility of HTML5 allow us to offer greater in-game functionality and social integration across a wide variety of consumer platforms.”

Lamendola also spoke about the advantages of joining the Tylted community—where users average more than 20 minutes per session: “Slingo games were among the first social games introduced on the web, and Tylted’s keen understanding of social interaction and implementation makes them an ideal partner for publishing Slingo Ricochet on mobile devices.”

Andrew N. Green, Director of Business Development at TinyCo, agreed: “Tylted is a great game platform for the mobile web,” he said. “Partnering with Tylted will allow TinyCo to optimize our hit game Tiny Monsters in HTML5 and learn more about how to delight customers on the mobile web.”

“We are ecstatic to have the industry’s leading developers create games on Tylted’s platform and to deploy their hit mobile and social games to our massive audience of gamers. Our expanding library of games just got bigger and better!” said Tylted CEO Lon Otremba.

Developers interested in development opportunities for their mobile games on Tylted’s platform can contact Partner Relations at [email protected]. For more information about Tylted, visit us at http://m.tylted.com/about/.

About TinyCo

TinyCo makes beautiful, fun and engaging games that can be played anywhere on mobile devices. Our mission is to make millions of people happy five minutes at a time.

About Slingo

Established in 1996, Slingo, Inc. was one of the first casual games companies and is currently one of the leading cross-media gaming companies worldwide. It currently develops and licenses the intellectual property for the Slingo® brand of games, to include casual and social games; casino slot machines and table games; lottery tickets, TV programming and more.

About Tylted

Tylted, a leading games developer and publisher, hosts one of the largest and fastest growing social games communities on the mobile web, attracting over 10 million unique visitors monthly for its easy-to-play social games, board games, brain games and casino-themed games. The Company was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in the heart of Manhattan’s Silicon Alley.

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