Hyderabad, July 20: 7Seas Entertainment Limited, an IP based Independent game development company, has announced today that it has launched of 10 exciting mobile games across action, arcade, racing, shooting and sports genres.
“With the burgeoning sales penetration of mobile handsets, especially those high-end devices that support high-speed game plays, and the increasing levels of adoption for the same, we are launching 10 mobile games to our existing portfolio of 7 mobile games,” said Mr. L Maruti Sanker, Managing Director of 7Seas entertainment limited.
According to a ‘Research and Markets’ survey, the global mobile gaming market will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.6 percent to reach $48 billion in 2014. Around 50 percent of mobile garners are in the age group of 22-35 years, followed by 13-21 years and 35+ years (35 percent).
According to letter submitted by company to BSE, The new games that 7Seas launched today include Alexia The Great and The Fight 3D in the action category, MoblXonlx, The Jars-I and The Jars-Il in the arcade genre, Moto Riders and Rally Drive In racing and Air War 3D and Shoot Out in shooting and Catches Win Matches 3D in the sports genres.
The 10 mobile games, targeted at high-end mobile phones like Nokia, Motorola, LG, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Micromax, Blackberry, BenQ Pantech, Sagem, Sanyo etc. are distributed through leading aggregators worldwide through online distribution and various apps stores that enable mobile users to download these games at one go.
Rally Drive is a multi-player game and The Fight 3D, MobiXonix, Air War 3D and Shoot Out are multi-lingual and are available in English, Dutch, French, German, Italian and Spanish while Moto Riders and Rally Drive are available in all above languages except Dutch.
Mr. Sanker said that there are about 800 million mobile subscribers in India. Mobile gaming is the fastest-growing segment for games and with more smartphones flooding the markets, game apps stores are becoming increasingly popular. Mobile gaming is expected to reap up to 17.1 billion in revenues by 2015 in India.