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Ludei's CocoonJS Supports HTML5 Impact Game Engine to Create Stunning HTML5 Games on MobileBiolab Disaster From Impact Is Yet Another HTML5 Game That Has Been Successfully Deployed in the Google Play Store Using CocoonJS (May 29, 2012)
SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 05/29/12 -- Ludei, the creator of CocoonJS, a mobile gaming platform used by HTML5 game developers and publishers to most effectively deploy, run and monetize their games on iOS and Android devices, today announced that games developed using the Impact game engine can now run inside CocoonJS.
Biolab Disaster, Impact's flagship game, has been deployed in the Google Play store using CocoonJS, becoming the first game made with Impact that runs with native-like performance on Android devices.
The integration of CocoonJS with Impact (http://impactjs.com/) pushes the game development community toward HTML5 as a great platform to develop games more easily and deploy them across different mobile platforms.
CocoonJS is a technology that allows HTML5 developers to deploy their games on mobile devices as native applications. Using CocoonJS, the overall performance of the app is accelerated; main issues that HTML5 mobile apps have to face are solved; and vital new features are provided like access to monetization channels using ads and in-app purchases, analytics, local and remote push notifications and more. The promise of HTML5 cross-platform development finally comes true with CocoonJS.
Ludei, based in San Francisco, is the creator of CocoonJS, a mobile gaming platform used by HTML5 game developers & publishers to most effectively deploy, run and monetize their games on iOS and Android devices. It was funded by Spain-based startup accelerator Ideateca. To learn more go to www.ludei.com
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