|By ACN Newswire||
|March 20, 2014 06:15 AM EDT||
"Save the planet" is a fighter jet shooting mobile game launched by Me2on on 14 January 2014. Players can control different fighter jets and use their unique weapons to terminate their enemies. This game adopted Japanese cute animation in design of graphics which is now most welcomed by young players.
"We're very excited that most sought-after Sina Weibo New Mobile Game Platform will exclusively launch our self-developed newly hit masterpiece "Save the planet" that we created in early 2014 soon. This provides a very broad platform for Me2on to enter into the PRC market and to reach out to a much wider and stronger customer base which in turn enhances our brand awareness in the region." Mr. Stephen Po, Director of Me2on said.
Mr. Po also concluded that, "Currently, the development of our mobile game business in Korea and Asia is satisfactory. The sole distribution agreement with Sina Weibo is favorable to Me2on in entering into the PRC market and pushing our smartphone games and apps to more targeted customer in a fast and effective manner. In future, we will further enlarge our self-developed game mix and seek for opportunities in working alongside more different world-class platforms for the purpose of launching our mobile game in the global market and becoming a leading mobile games developer and publisher in Asia."
Having successfully developed game contents on various platforms, Me2on provides global games with high quality based on the game studios/publishers in Korea, the Mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. Its most successful self-developed social poker game, Fulpot, is one of the most popular social Texas Hold'em poker game in Korea. Its newly hit mobile game, Save the Planet, is launched on Kakao Talk mobile social platforms, which is the most popular instant messaging tool in Korea.
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