_May 16, 2012 - Black Market Games Ltd _ Black Market Games are pleased to announce the launch of Dead Hungry Diner on Steam, Oberon Media, iWin and Wild Tangent commencing May 16th 2012.
“These agreements add momentum to our game’s successful launch earlier this month on the Big Fish platform. We are delighted to have launched the PC version of Dead Hungry Diner across five leading game distribution platforms. We believe that Dead Hungry Diner has mass-appeal and we hope that this is the start of a long and successful relationship with each of the distributors” Lee Fallon, Director of Black Market Games.
“From the feedback we received after our initial release we are happy that Dead Hungry Diner is not only attractive for the casual gamer but also resonates with a core gaming audience. Our mix of distribution partners helps us to reach out to both audiences.” Eric Reinhart, Director of Black Market Games.
For more information and media on Dead Hungry Diner please visit www.DeadHungryDiner.com
About Black Market Games
An independent games studio based in Derry~Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Founded in June 2011, the team have been hard at work developing their first title, ’Dead Hungry Diner.’ and the technology behind it.
Steam is a leading platform for the delivery and management of PC and Mac games with over 40 million accounts around the world and over 1,800 titles offered.
About Oberon Media
Oberon Media is one of the world's leading multi-platform casual games companies, delivering global, integrated casual game solutions across online, mobile/Smartphone, and retail categories. Oberon game solutions have been adopted by the world's leading digital and media companies, such as Microsoft, AT&T, Yahoo!, Orange (France Telecom) and more. Oberon Media's top-selling casual games are played across multiple gaming platforms in more than a dozen languages. Founded in 2003, Oberon Media is headquartered in New York with offices in North America, Europe and Asia.
iWin is a leading publisher and developer of online casual games for the mass market. The company operates iWin.com and offers over 1700 download games, multiplayer games and ad-supported games provided entirely free to the end-user. As a multi-platform publisher of casual games, iWin provides extensive resources, financing, marketing, and distribution services to independent game developers throughout the world. iWin has offices in San Francisco, Seattle and Kiev, Ukraine. Visit iWin at http://www.iwin.com.
WildTangent (www.wildtangent.com) operates a cross-device games service that allows consumers around the world to access games through one convenient Games App. Fueled by our digital currency WildCoins, and a proprietary ad platform, BrandBoost, the service delivers the most cost efficient way to play games. Consumers can play premium games for free courtesy of brand advertisers, rent games for a fraction of the retail price with 100% of rental going toward the purchase price, or buy them outright.