We got lots of Gimmie Love for our Dev partners

We’re very happy to report that we have a 1 to 1 link working closely with every developer that has come in contact with us. While perhaps we are missing out in the short term by not just blasting the SDK out there for everyone, we believe in the long term that close relationships will pay off for everyone.

Just a quick snapshot of some of our partners:

we have people who just quit their jobs to launch a new game (one of the reason we ourselves were inspired to start a hackathon – which is run on the awesome platform weHack.it by our friend Diego)

we have developers from vietnam, china, korea, france, brazil, mexico, ukraine, singapore, and US.  Different languages but common goals to make great games and apps focused on engagement.

We have publishers, app markets, and games that can reach upwards of 1MM people worldwide daily, to new titles just launching.

Most importantly, our partners are committed on making an effort to work with us on the best possible integration and make sure we nail the customer experience and get the most relevant rewards for you guys, the users.

So who are these partners, and how do I start getting gimmie points and rewards?

Very soon we’ll start telling you, but if you want headstart just come meet them at our pre GDC party !

Pre GDC Mixer with Jason Citron, founder Openfeint

We’re super excited to have a great line up of guests headlined by our friend Jason from Openfeint who will be on hand to give feedback and advice to any up and coming game developer on building a great game.   In addition, Roy from our team, a fairly decent game dev in his own right ( he did lead dev on mobile ver of plants v zombies after all, so we aren’t too biased) will be on hand to also give  feedback.

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Gimmie Madonna and music

After an awesome week, we get to now kick back and check out Super Bowl along with Madonna’s new single Give me all your Luvin’

We wished the spelling was different, but at least she’s thinking of us !

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