Artificial Life to bring 30+ titles over to Android in 2011

Popular iOS publisher/developer, Artificial Life, will be bringing 30+ titles over to Android starting in early 2011. Artificial Life has made and published a variety of applications and games for iOS that have become quite popular. Some big name companies have had games published through them as well including Adult Swim, Overture Films, and more.

While they plan to bring over their business and lifestyle applications such as GluCoMo, here at DroidGamers we care about…games! With a slated 30+ titles to land on Android, we can expect a majority of their games, if not all of them, to become available to us. While some games are not going to receive a lot of attention unless you’re a fan of a specific item like the BMW game, other titles look like they will be a lot of fun.

Some titles to look forward to:

  • Meowcenaries
  • iDroidsMania
  • iSinkU
  • Pandorum (Based off the movie)
  • Sparticus: Blood and Sand



Photos from iOS version

Pricing and exact time of release haven;t been announced yet although the press release does mention that iDroidsMania and iSinkU are two of the first games to hit the Android Market in early 2011. iDroidsMania looks especially appealing as it is a really great looking platform game, something we lack for Android aside from a few titles like Phoenix Spirit, Droid Odyssey, Box Fox and Cows Don’t Fly.

Feel free to check out the press release in full included below for more details on their applications.

Developer Website: Artificial Life


Artificial Life Expands Android Product Line 30+ new titles scheduled for 2011

LOS ANGELES, HONG KONG and BERLIN, Nov. 29, 2010 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — Artificial Life, Inc., (OTC Bulletin Board: ALIF), a leading provider of award-winning mobile content and technology for smartphones, announced today the expansion of its product portfolio onto the Android platform. In addition to porting from its current collection of major iPhone titles, Artificial Life will also be developing brand new titles specifically for Android.

New Focus

This strategic move is to meet the rising demand by Android users for high quality games and applications. Android phone shipments for the past year have increased by over 800%* and in response to the tremendous growth Artificial Life’s expansion onto the Android platform will include over 30 titles. New titles will also feature more business-oriented applications to complement the firm’s focus on applications catering to the business community. In addition, Artificial Life will place more emphasis on the Chinese market – the world’s second largest Android market*.

The plan for the launch on the Android platform will include a series of major titles from Artificial Life’s games portfolio produced with partners such as BMW, Red Bull, and a new title for the football club FC Bayern Munich. Also in the pipeline, Artificial Life’s popular own-branded titles will be available to Android users including: the rhythm-based iSoccer Backstreet(R); iSinkU, the naval strategy game; and the classic platform adventure game, iDroidsMania.

In addition to games, Artificial Life will bring its business and lifestyle applications such as GluCoMo(TM) to Android. GluCoMo is a state of the art mobile health solution providing diabetes monitoring and patient coaching services. By expanding onto the Android platform, a broader audience of diabetics and their caregivers may be reached.

The migration of titles to the Android platform is supported and facilitated by Artificial Life’s flagship product Opus-M(TM). Leveraging Opus- M technology, Artificial Life will be able to provide entertainment services and solutions that will allow new Android users to share, compete, and challenge existing users on other mobile platforms. Additionally, with Opus-M, other ALIFE business and lifestyle services will be enabled and synced across the platform.

Experienced Experts

With over 50 million copies of mobile games and business applications sold and downloaded, Artificial Life has gained the reputation as a leading one- stop, 100% in-house game and business applications developer for smartphones.

“We seize the opportunity to expand our market share and broaden our revenue stream by capturing more smartphone users from the growing Android market. Android users are seeking top quality content and we are thrilled to deliver a wide selection of successful games and applications to them in 2011,” said Eberhard Schoneburg, CEO of Artificial Life, Inc.

iPhone is trademark of Apple Inc., registered in the US and other countries

Android is a trademark of Google Inc.

*Android Smartphone Shipments up 886% year-on-year in Q2 2010. Rep. Palo Alto, Singapore and Reading (UK): Canalys, 2010. Canalys. Web. 26 Nov. 2010.

About Artificial Life, Inc.

Artificial Life, Inc. has been a pioneer in artificial intelligence and mobile technology since its inception in Boston in 1994. The incorporation is a public US corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: ALIF) with listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (Frankfurt: AIF.F; Xetra: AIF.DE) and headquarters in Hong Kong. Its production center is in Hong Kong and it has additional offices in Berlin, Germany (EMEA headquarters) and Tokyo, Japan. As a leading provider of broadband mobile content and technology solutions in the world, it develops and sells a wide range of mobile applications for 3G, 3.5G and 4G network- enabled mobile smartphones. Currently its main business areas are: high quality 3D interactive (massive multiplayer) mobile games, mobile participation television, mobile business applications, mobile health care services, mobile augmented reality and its mobile commerce technology platform OPUS-M. It is supporting all major mobile phone operating systems and platforms. Recognized internationally for outstanding content quality and technology Artificial Life has received many international awards and has been ranked one of the fastest growing companies in Asia Pacific by Deloitte.

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