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Defen-G Astro Surpasses 2.5 Million Downloads and Earns Top iTunes Rankings(November 11, 2011)
Korea, Seoul (PRWEB) November 11, 2011
Defen-G Astro, a strategy game for the iTunes, Android and Samsung market, recently experienced an enormous rise in popularity and downloads. The mobile application, which launched September of this year, reached 2.7 million downloads this week. Defen-G Astro was featured in the iTunes Whats Hot section in Strategy Games at #6 in United States earlier this month, as well as several other high ranks in other categories. The app has also received rave reviews from notable media, including The iPhone App Review, PocketGamer, and TheAppShack.
Garden Seo, marketing team manager at Defen-G development company innodis, believes the apps success is due its engaging content and high-quality design.
We are very fortunate to have such a significant amount of users for such a new app, said Seo of Defen-G Astro. We attest this success and broad user base to the quality and design of the app, which is of the highest standards. We made sure to incorporate Facebook connectivity inside Defen-G Astro, which has helped our loyal fan base spread the word about Defen-G Astro tremendously.
About Innodis: Since its establishment in October 2003, WASA Research Institute of innodis has been active in the provision for the emerging industry trends in the area of game technology. Beginning with the game HappyCity, innodis launched in October 2001. For more information, please visit http://www.innodis.co.kr/
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