Comments: 0Saturday, July 18th 2009 - 23:55 CEST
Glu Mobile, a leading global publisher of mobile games, announced the launch of Ice Age game: Dawn of the Dinosaurs for mobile phones worldwide. This mobile game marks Glu's third mobile title based on Fox Mobile Entertainment's hit Ice Age franchise and launches in time for the international theatrical release of Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, an animated film from Twentieth Century Fox. Premiered July 1, 2009, the movie is directed by Carlos Saldanha (Ice Age, Robots) and introduced exciting new Ice Age characters and a new Lost World environment.
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Comments: 0Monday, December 8th 2008 - 05:25 CET
Glu Mobile, a leading global publisher of mobile phone games, announced the launch of Deer Hunter 3 Mobile game, the third in a series of the award-winning, top-selling mobile hunting games. Based on Atari Inc.’s Deer Hunter franchise, Deer Hunter 3 Mobile will include a host of new game features and upgrades including hunting for big game, fowl and other types of prey, new environments with enhanced graphics, an enhanced GPS map to track prey, new firearms and game modes.
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Comments: 0Monday, November 24th 2008 - 21:11 CET
Glu Mobile, a leading global publisher of mobile games, announced the launch of two Glu game titles, Bonsai Blast and Brain Genius Deluxe, on Android, the first complete, open, and free mobile platform. Both Glu mobile game titles are now available only in the Android Market and are free to T-Mobile consumers with G1 handset devices. Glu is one of the first mobile games publishers to develop and launch games for the Android platform. Both Brain Genius Deluxe and Bonsai Blast are original game titles conceived of and developed in Glu’s studios.
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Comments: 0Saturday, May 3rd 2008 - 08:47 CEST
Glu Mobile, a publisher of mobile games, announced the global launch of Speed Racer, a mobile game based on the highly-anticipated Warner Bros. Pictures live-action film. This high-octane family adventure written, directed and produced by the Wachowski brothers, creators of the The Matrix trilogy, and produced by Joel Silver, is the first big-screen adaptation of the popular television series. The launch of Speed Racer marks the first title Glu has developed and published through its strategic worldwide partnership with Warner Bros. Digital Distribution.
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Comments: 0Saturday, April 5th 2008 - 22:04 CEST
Glu Mobile, a global publisher of mobile games, announced the North American launch of the latest in the best-selling Age of Empires franchise to come to mobile phones, Age of Empires 3 Mobile. The game title was developed and published through Glu’s worldwide partnership with Microsoft Corporation and is based on the award-winning real-time strategy (RTS) franchise for the PC developed by Ensemble Studios and published by Microsoft Game Studios.
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Comments: 0Thursday, November 22nd 2007 - 20:00 CET
Glu Mobile Inc. a leading global publisher of mobile games, announced the launch of the latest installment in the critically acclaimed Call of Duty titles for mobile phones, Call of Duty4: Modern Warfare. The title was developed and published through Glu’s exclusive worldwide partnership with Activision, Inc. Available now, the mobile version serves as a unique prequel to the highly-anticipated Infinity Ward blockbuster by the same name. Featuring a distinct story, mission and objectives, Glu’s Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare mobile edition delivers the fast-paced, intense action of Call of Duty and arms gamers with an arsenal of advanced and powerful modern day firepower.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, October 10th 2007 - 14:30 CEST
Glu Mobile Inc., a leading global publisher of mobile games, announced that it is working with the McDonald’s Corporation, which serves over 26 million customers a day, to give away one million “instant win” game prizes of Monopoly games, under license to Glu and McDonald’s from HPG, the licensing division of Hasbro, Inc., on the mobile platform. Glu is working with McDonald’s and Hasbro to raise awareness of mobile games with this first-ever redeemable Monopoly mobile game prize for the Monopoly 2007 Game at McDonald’s. The Monopoly 2007 Game at McDonald’s will run in the United States from October 2 - October 29.
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Comments: 0Monday, September 10th 2007 - 15:27 CEST
Glu Mobile Inc., a leading global publisher of mobile games, announced the launch of the classic Atari arcade hit, Asteroids, for mobile phones. The original arcade game released by Atari in 1979 is among the most recognized and successful arcade games of all time. 28 years later, the classic retro space shooter has been reinvented specifically for the mobile platform, with all new enhancements including innovative new themes, bonuses and gameplay modes, as well as “classic mode” which gives gamers the gameplay and graphics true to the original game.
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Comments: 1Monday, June 18th 2007 - 16:21 CEST
Glu Mobile Inc., a leading global publisher of mobile games, announced it has unleashed the mobile game and personalization content based on the much-anticipated July 4, 2007 movie release of the live-action Transformers film from DreamWorks Pictures and Paramount Pictures, in association with Hasbro, Inc. The launch is the first release from the licensing agreement between Glu and HPG, Hasbro’s licensing division, to bring the Transformers brand and characters upon the fast-growing mobile gaming market.
Comments: 0Thursday, April 5th 2007 - 22:14 CEST
At CTIA Wireless 2007, Glu Mobile Inc., a leading global publisher of mobile games, announced its lineup of games launching this spring, including Poker Pop, the mobile adaptation of the addictive poker puzzler from PlayFirst. Glu will also launch a variety of retro arcade games, casual board game favorites, online hits and casual console titles from well-known brands such as Atari Inc., PlayFirst and Microsoft, as well as Glu’s original title, Brain Genius.
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