WildTangent Releases First Mobile Game After Reopening Game Studio

WildTangent has released its first videogame after taking a four-year hiatus from production. This time, rather than focus on PC game development, the Redmond, Wash.-based company is building games for mobile. The first title available now on iTunes is called Polar Bowler 1st Frame, a game originally developed for the PC. It’s free, subsidized by WildTangent’s own ad platform which offers players additional in-game credits for watching a 30-second video.


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