Gamefly Adds Mobile Game of the Day Feature to Popular Mobile App GameFly Partners with Publishers Like Gameloft, Armor Games and Glu to Offer Free or Discounted Mobile Games
LOS ANGELES, April 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- GameFly, Inc., the leading online video game rental subscription service, is partnering with mobile developers and publishers to promote a "Game of the Day" (GOTD) in GameFly's top-downloaded iOS mobile App. Curated by GameFly, iOS games will be made available for free or discounted for a limited time, whether they are newly released titles or exceptional games perhaps missed by the masses. Games like The Oregon Trail, by Gameloft, Siege Hero from Armor Games and Glu's Samurai vs. Zombies Defense are all slated to be featured. Daily updates will also highlight any price drops for tens of thousands of the most popular mobile games.
"With the popularity of the GameFly mobile app, we wanted to bring greater value to our millions of users by helping them discover great mobile games whether they be new games released that day or previously released titles," said Sean Spector, GameFly co-founder and SVP of Business Development and Content.
"We are excited to participate in GameFly's mobile Game of the Day feature," said Daniel McNeely, founder and CEO of Armor Games. "GameFly is a recognized and trusted brand among gamers, so having them bring visibility to interesting mobile games, new or old, to their vast audience is an added value to us."
The updated GameFly App is now available in the Apple iTunes App Store or it can be downloaded from www.gamefly.com/mobile.
About GameFly, Inc.
GameFly, the leading subscription video game rental service, allows members to rent one or more video games concurrently, with no due dates, late fees or shipping charges. Users can easily select from over 8,000 console/handheld titles or 1,400 PC games, and manage their list of games online from the GameFly website at www.gamefly.com, the GameFly App for iOS and Android devices, or the newly launched digital PC Client. Members receive games via First-Class Mail and return them to GameFly at their convenience using prepaid mailers. In addition to selling video games through the "Keep" feature, GameFly also sells new and used video games.
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