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Gree signs four more indies in North America

Gree's mobile social platform continues to get a boost

Mobile social platform provider Gree has announced partnerships with four more North American independent developers. The developers named are Enders Fund, Fathom Interactive, Fifth Column, and FreezeTag, each of whom will publish games on the Gree Platform.

"We're very focused on working with indie talent here at GREE and we're committed to helping these guys succeed," said Gree SVP of Developer Relations and Marketing Eros Resmini. "We know each of these guys is different. Some need the technology and some want to leverage our know-how -- we're happy to help them however we can."

"As a small, indie developer, we face significant challenges in today's highly competitive social mobile gaming market. Working with the GREE team allows us to focus on making a great game and getting it out to the right players, while maintaining full ownership of the title," says, Andrew Marsh, CEO of Fifth Column Games, Inc. "We are impressed by GREE's successes in this industry and how quickly they have been able to establish themselves as a worldwide leader. We look forward to working with GREE Platform to make our games an international success."

Fifth Column, founded in 2011, does not have any titles announced for release on the mobile social platform. Enders Fund's first title on the Gree Platform will be TriviaThis, with an unannounced release date. Fathom Interactive's Sky Pirate of Neo Terra and Freeze Tag's Party Animals will launch on the Gree Platform by the end of this year.

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