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Seoul, 1Q, 2005 - The new battle ground for Autobots and their galactic battle against the evil Decepticons has moved to the mobile with a new Transformers franchise license agreement between Atari Interactive and Com2uS Corporation. Com2uS, a leading developer and publisher of mobile games, has secured an exclusive global deal with Atari, Inc. to create mobile phone games based on the hugely popular robots in disguise.
The deal marks the second time the two companies have penned a worldwide deal giving Com2uS the exclusive rights to develop and publish games based on top Atari licenses. The previous agreement was for Sid Meier's Civilization.
Com2uS will use its long experience in creating original, cutting edge games to bring Transformers to life on the mobile platform. It will develop and publish Transformers games on Java and BREW platforms through major carriers worldwide, excluding Japan.
"We're thrilled to build on our solid relationship with Atari by licensing Transformers, a very popular television cartoon, comics and video game franchise," said Com2uS SVP Henry T. Yeh. "We will use our experience as one of the leading mobile content providers in the world to give fans and gamers excellent games based on the Transformers franchise."
Com2uS Corporation, established in July 1998, became the first and leading mobile entertainment provider in Korea. Since then, Com2uS has developed a reputation for creating innovative and entertaining games and applications around the world. Com2uS games can be found in over 30 countries across 5 continents. Com2uS' value proposition to the operators is the ability to increase their revenue while giving end-users a game they can enjoy anyplace and anytime. Com2uS offices in Seoul, Tokyo, Beijing, Bangalore, Singapore, Los Angeles and London support these operators and customers.
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