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RoyalCactus™ Débarque sur l'Apple AppStore avec Jelly Glutton

PARIS, January 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Le studio de jeux sociaux adapte son célèbre puzzle-game sur Facebook aux plateformes mobiles

RoyalCactus™ (http://www.RoyalCactus.com), producteur français de jeux casual et sociaux sur Facebook, annonce aujourd'hui la sortie de son premier titre mobile sur iOS, JellyGlutton. Spécialement conçu pour les iPhone et iPod Touch, Jelly Glutton est avant tout un jeu de match- 3 très populaire sur Facebook (https://apps.facebook.com/jellyglutton/).

Jelly Glutton est la figure de proue de RoyalCactus, rassemblant au total plus de 15 millions de joueurs, et fédérant plus d'1 million de joueur par jour ; ceci au sein du catalogue de jeu du studio, composé de 6 jeux à succès sur Facebook. Avec le tout nouveau lancement d'une division mobile, les joueurs de RoyalCactus vont désormais pouvoir continuer à apprécier leur jeu n'importe où sur les appareils Apple, mais également sur les plateformes Android, qui suivront un peu plus tard cette année.

François Pacot, CEO et co-fondateur de RoyalCactus : "Nous sommes très enthousiastes et fiers de proposer notre premier jeu sur plateforme mobile. Plus de 60 pourcent des utilisateurs de Facebook se connectent via leur smartphone, et proposer nos jeux sur mobiles nous permet de déployer les éléments fondamentaux au service de notre stratégie de croissance avec de nombreux autres lancements mobiles prévus pour 2014."

Pour accélérer la transition vers le mobile, Erwan Maigret rejoint RoyalCactus en tant que Directeur dela Division Mobile. Erwan est un ingénieur et entrepreneur chevronné, dont l'expérience a été récompensée par plusieurs prix dans les secteurs du divertissement et du mobile en Californie. "C'est un nouveau challenge que de rejoindre une société si dynamique et ayant déjà à son actif un catalogue de produits dont le succès n'est plus à démontrer. Jelly Glutton pour iOS a déjà franchi la barre des 200k Téléchargements en moins d'un mois. Venir dans une telle société était naturel pour moi, car je peux y mettre à profit mes expériences et mon réseau, acquis notamment chez DreamWorks  et Curious Hat".

Disponibilité :

Jelly Glutton de RoyalCactus est disponible dès maintenant GRATUITEMENT sur l'Apple App Store. Pour le télécharger : https://itunes.apple.com/app/jellyglutton/id700693070

Suivre Jelly Glutton sur Facebook/Twitter: http://www.facebook.com/jellyglutton ou

http://www.twitter.com/JellyGlutton

A propos de RoyalCactus:

RoyalCactus a été imaginé et créé par François Pacot, ingénieur et entrepreneur français. François fonde sa société en 2008 durant ses études de Web Marketing à l'UCLA. Depuis sa création, RoyalCactus se veut créateur de jeux innovants dotés de fonctionnalités sociales fortes. Lors de son lancement sur Facebook en Mars 2012 avec Star Pearl, la société a atteint la barre des 100.000 joueurs dès les premières semaines.

RoyalCactus a ainsi conquis plus de 20 millions de nouveaux joueurs en 18 mois, et continue à renforcer son positionnement en proposant un nouveau jeu tous les trois mois à ses joueurs.

La société est une participation d'XAnge Private Equity, fond d'investissement de 375M€ destinés à la France et l'Allemagne.

Contact Media: [email protected] Press Kit: http://company.royalcactus.com/presskit/kit.zip

Suivre RoyalCactus:
http://www.facebook.com/RoyalCactusGames
http://www.twitter.com/RoyalCactus
http://www.angel.co/royalcactus
http://www.linkedin.com/company/royalcactus

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