SEOUL, South Korea, Feb. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Pigment (CEO: Kim Chang-Wuk) announced on the 1st (Fri.) that they had signed an exclusive publishing contract with Memoriki, a famous game distributor in Hong Kong, to market Angry Baba in the Greater China and South Asian regions including Malaysia.
Established in 2009, Memoriki is a leading game distributor in Hong Kong that markets 21 SNS-based web games and 12 mobile games through MPlus (http://www.mplusfun.com), a social game portal.
Angry Baba is a domestically developed 3D action batting game released in Korea since September 2012. The basic plot is that Baba, who lives on Planet Malpouder, clears space debris falling down upon his planet. The game can be played casually with simple touch and drag controls.
The thrilling batting sensations and sound effects contrasting with its simple storyline and controls are perfect for relieving stress. The thrill of knocking off flying objects and the sense of achievement gamers gain by obtaining Rubies (coins used in the game) when any of the flying objects crash into Pelicans and Space Stingrays make this game popular among stressed-out students and office workers. Players can also compare their scores with the rankings of global users in the Game Center.
"It's a huge pleasure to see Angry Baba making its debut into the Greater China and South Asian markets through this publishing contract," said Pigment's CEO Kim Chang-Wuk. "We will strive to provide the most fun possible to our domestic and international fans with diverse contents."
Angry Baba, a 3D action batting game, is typical of the type of games that Pigment produces. Motivated by their slogan, "Colorful game life! Pigment games!" all Pigment employees are doing their best to provide entertaining games that players simply can't resist. Pigment is currently working on a sequel to expand the franchise.