PlaySpace Announces Mobile Gaming Strategy, Launches Parchis For iOS PLAYSPACE PARCHIS CURRENTLY RANKS AS THE TENTH HIGHEST RATED BOARD GAME IN FACEBOOK APP CENTER
MIAMI, Dec. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- PlaySpace S.L. (http://www.playspace.com) the fastest growing developer and operator of social and multi-player evergreen games, today announced the start of its mobile gaming strategy with the launch of the iOS version for the popular board game Parchis.
The new mobile iOS version of Parchis allows the millions of PlaySpace registered users to play the game with friends and other Facebook and Tuenti players, using their iPhones or iPad devices.
Parchis was one of the first social board games launched by PlaySpace for Facebook and Tuenti, and its currently the tenth highest rated board game in Facebook App Center. Thousands of worldwide users play Parchis on a daily basis and the game is most popular in countries like Spain, Chile and Colombia.
In the next few months PlaySpace expects to launch other games in iOS version, such as Domino, Luno, La Oca, Bingo and Chinchon. In 2013 the company will start developing games for Android.
"We are committed to investing in the most innovative technologies and platforms popular with our millions of users," said Alfonso Villar, CEO of PlaySpace. "The trial version of Parchis iOS already positioned the game in the Top 10 in the AppStore, we are confident that the full international launch will be a success."
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About PlaySpace S.L.
With offices in Spain and Miami, PlaySpace is the fastest growing developer of social and multi-player games for the Spanish and Portuguese speaking market. The company was founded in 2011 by Alfonso Villar and incubated by Enrique Dubois of Mola.com. PlaySpace games are available in Facebook and in the Spanish social Network Tuenti. The company has successfully launched games such as Parchis, Dominos, Luno, La Oca, Bingo and Chinchon. The company recently closed a $1.9 million financing round led by PeopleFund. For more information visit: http://www.playspace.com